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The weather in St Kilda
Find the Saint Kilda climate diagram. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 7° in St Kilda in June. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
St Kilda, a vibrant suburb of Melbourne, boasts a laid-back beach vibe where everyone can take time out from their hectic city life. The area's outstanding nightlife, fabulous architecture, and regular arts and cultural events mean that holidaymakers will have plenty to keep them occupied. St Kilda's has an efficient public transport system, so it's easy to experience all it has to offer.
Check out St Kilda's fabulous arts and culture
St Kilda is known as an artistic centre, and with its many exhibitions, performances, and concerts, art and culture lovers won't have far to go to find something interesting. Start at Art Yarramunua to see its fabulous collection of Aboriginal art, or Linden New Art for something more contemporary. There's also The Gallery, which nurtures respect and an appreciation for art.
The National Theatre and the smaller, more intimate Alex Theatre host dramatic, opera, and ballet performances ranging from full-on musicals to one-person acts. Another great way to experience St Kilda's lively culture and atmosphere is to hop on a city sightseeing tour bus to see many of the city's attractions, cafés, and beaches in one go.
Exciting excursions await in St Kilda
There are plenty of exciting things to do in the area – you could spend the day on St Kilda Beach, which is particularly popular on hot summer evenings, or visit the fairy penguin colony to see these small creatures return to their nests for the evening. There's also the Esplanade Sunday market, which has a wide range of local produce and souvenirs for sale.
Head to the relaxing botanical gardens and admire their beautiful flower beds and exotic trees as you enjoy a picnic or a game of chess on the giant board at the gardens. Those seeking a little more action could check out Luna Park, the oldest amusement park in the city. It offers rides for all ages, from sedate carousel rides to more thrilling roller coasters guaranteed to make your hair stand on end.
The St Kilda Festival, held in February, hosts performances, workshops, kids' entertainment, and much more. There's also Luna Park Winter Festival, which is really Christmas in July. Enjoy its traditional buffet and unlimited rides – the only thing missing is the snow!
One of St Kilda's most exciting and popular annual events is Oktoberfest. The discos and bars play a variety of music to celebrate – including German oom-pah tunes – and together with live music and amusement rides, the event gets the whole family involved. The festival's Bavarian theme includes a range of food trucks serving up enough delicious German fare to satisfy everyone.
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