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GETTING TO THE FESTIVAL
 

CATCH PUBLIC TRANSPORT - YOU'LL THANK YOURSELF AND SO WILL THE ENVIRONMENT!

L
ook at all these options to get you right to the heart of the action.
 
TRAMS
Tram routes 3a, 5, 16, 64, 67, 78, 96 or 112 can get you within walking distance of the festival precinct. See the map above for where to get off. Toot toot!

BUSES

The wheels on the bus go round and round... Bus routes 246, 600, 606, 623, 922 or 923 will get you to the festival. See the map above for stop locations.

On Sunday 12 February, routes 600, 922 and 923 will run to a Saturday timetable. 

Bus Route 246 will run as a shuttle between Elsternwick and Barkly Street and Alma Road. Normal timetabled services will run between the Clifton Hill interchange and Barkly Street and Alma Road. On Sunday 12 February, this service will operate between 12pm and 8pm.

Route 606 will run a shortened route between Fishermans Bend and the corner of Park and Mary streets. If you’re travelling from Elsternwick, catch a Route 67 tram or Route 246 bus.


TRAINS
Catch a train on the Sandringham line, get off at Balaclava Station and change for tram Routes 3a, 16, or walk along Carlisle Street. Or from Windsor Station, take a Route 78 tram along Chapel Street and get off at Carlisle Street, or take routes 5 or 64 along Dandenong Road and get off at St Kilda Junction.

From Elsternwick Station, take a Route 67 tram to Carlisle Street or a Route 246 bus running approximately every 20 minutes between Elsternwick Station and St Kilda Junction (Alma Road).

On the Cranbourne, Pakenham or Frankston lines get off at Caulfield Station and take a Route 3a tram to Carlisle Street and get off at Acland Street.

From Southern Cross Station, catch a Route 96 tram to St Kilda Beach. Get off at Fitzroy Street.


PLAN AHEAD
• Allow extra time for your journey as large crowds will be flocking to St Kilda
• Save time on the day and buy your Metcard or top up your myki in advance. For information on the best ticket for your journey, call Metlink on 131 638 or visit metlinkmelbourne.com.au
• Use this information and the map above to work out how you’re going to get there
• If you have access to Metlink’s mobile phone applications, check service times on the journey planner
• Think ahead and find out when your last train, tram or bus leaves St Kilda so you can get home.


ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORT INFORMATION
To find out which stops are accessible for mobility aids on your tram route, visit the accessible transport section on the Metlink website at metlinkmelbourne.com.au

Accessible buses will run on routes 246, 600, 606, 623, 922 and 923 during the Festival.

On Sunday 12 February, the shuttle services running between St Kilda Junction and Elsternwick Station on Route 246 will be low floor buses. Board or get off at the corner of Barkly Street and Alma Road.

 

VIP BIKE VALET
If you ride your bike to the Festival, take it to one of the Roll UP Bicycle Valet parks (see the Festival map HERE) and up the red carpet where your bike will be well looked after while you enjoy your day.


TEMPORARY TAXI RANK
Heading home, a temporary taxi rank will be located on Fitzroy St between Balluk William Court and Lakeside Drive (near the St Kilda Bowls Club).


For train, tram and bus information call Metlink on 131 638 6am – midnight daily or visit metlinkmelbourne.com.au

 
 
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