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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 flash photography lovely walk every evening on the rocks red light come home their natural habitat melbourne skyline take photos kite surfers penguin watching penguin colony great spot an amazing experience penguins coming
We visited on a January summer Sunday night when there were in excess of 600 people watching the breakwater for penguins.
Arriving at 2025 was too early as no penguins were seen until about 2140, after sunset.
I didn't see any waddling across the sand...More
St. Kilda Pier and the near by park is in the middle of a large residential area and close to the city. It has a natural habitat for some Australian wild life that you can see up close. Possums come down from the trees at...More
I arrived in the late afternoon, well before sunset, and I thought I wouldn't be able to see any, but I was thoroughly surprised and saw quite a number of penguins hiding in the rocks of the pier. They were all so cute! I easily...More
We did a Phillip island the night before. Perhaps we should have done the st kilda Parade the night before instead, as St Kilda version is really really no in comparison to the hundreds of penguins you see in Phillip island - in a more...More
Was fun to watch the penguins get out of the water and work their way through the jetty rocks. Some came all the way up to the standing/viewing area. Cute little things.
Those that got so close were often scared off by the pacific rim'rs...More