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St Kilda Pier is a Melbourne landmark and has traditionally been one of Melbourne's most popular tourist attractions. Providing panoramic views of the Melbourne skyline and Port Phillip Bay, the pier is a popular destination for strolling, cycling...more
Pier Rd, St Kilda, Port Phillip, Victoria 3182, Australia
All reviews fairy penguins phillip island lovely walk flash photography every evening red light come home take photos their natural habitat on the rocks melbourne skyline penguin watching kite surfers penguin colony an amazing experience penguins coming great spot
It took us half an hour to walk around the pier, and in that time I heard over 10 different languages. There was a couple taking fashion photos, several fathers and sons fishing, tourists looking at penguins, and it just felt ALIVE with energy. Beautiful...More
We arrived before dusk and saved a spot on the boardwalk. As night fell the babies came out of rocks waiting for their dinner as the mums swam back with fish.
So cute! Can’t use a flash so photos don’t do it Service. But you...More
Visited here tonight with my partner & 1 year old daughter, we absolutely loved it! Seeing the little penguins on the rocks was amazing! Even my daughter was mesmerised! If we were staying in Melbourne longer I would definitely return to see them again, we...More
Had a nice stroll after dinner through to the St Kilda Pier. Apart from the pretty views of the Melbourne skyline, we got to see many little penguins in their nests. Well worth the visit, especially considering it was all free!
With classic architecture, a refurbished boardwalk to spot the little penguins swimming in after dusk, helpful volunteers, & sunset views to die for (or to get instaworthy images), this is a must see destination.
Response from JennaR864 | Reviewed this property |
Hi ! I was there in summer and we saw no penguins so not too sure on that, but yea it’s just a short walk to local restaurants and cafes :) you’d definitely want to bring warm clothing for night-time in Melbourne as it can... More
Hi ! I was there in summer and we saw no penguins so not too sure on that, but yea it’s just a short walk to local restaurants and cafes :) you’d definitely want to bring warm clothing for night-time in Melbourne as it can get quite cold