St Kilda Real Estate: Suburb Profile & Property Prices

St Kilda VIC, 3182

St Kilda Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Considering a move to St Kilda, VIC 3182? It's vital to determine if the area meets your real estate requirements. The Homes.com.au suburb profile aims to give you a better understanding of St Kilda property prices, market trends & demographics so that we can help you make an informed decision about your future property purchase.

If you are making a move to St Kilda, keep reading for a brief historical overview to discover more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.

Overview St. Kilda is an inner suburban area near the coast, found just six kilometres southeast of Melbourne's central business district. The suburb is known to many as the home of Melbourne's various attractions and is one of the most frequented locations for festivals and huge events. In the 2016 census, the population of St. Kilda was 23,394.

Living in St. Kilda St. Kilda is an ideal home for many residents and its frequent visitors who appreciate the suburb's serenity, accessibility, and beauty. St. Kilda Pier is the town's most recognised attraction, which has an observation deck with panoramic views of the water. The pier ends with a breakwater built for the 1956 Olympics to protect boats, where visitors may walk part of the way. This rocky harbour is also home to over a hundred penguins. The seafront of St. Kilda is lined with boardwalks and trails perfect for cycling, inline skating, running, and walking. Moreover, the suburb also has restaurants, cafes, hotels, bakeshops, bars, apparel stores, and supermarkets.

History of St. Kilda The Lady of St. Kilda schooner docked near the main beach in early 1842. Later in the Victorian period, several enormous houses and large balconies were built around the hills and seafront of St. Kilda. As Melbourne's red-light zone grew after World War II, the guest hotels became cheap rooming houses. St. Kilda had established a bohemian atmosphere by the late 1960s, drawing punk and queer creatives. The Yaluk-ut Weelam clan of the Kulin Nation were the original inhabitants of St. Kilda.

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The postcode for St Kilda, VIC is 3182

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