St Kilda Marina
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How to find us
The main enterance to the St Kilda Marina is located on the corners of Dickens Street and Marine Parade . There is BP service station on the SW corner.
As you are driving N-S along Marine Parade, the famous St Kilda Marina with her mutli-levels (stacks) of dry boat storage are a stand out....We are approx 400m south of the famous Luna Park landmark.
You really shouldn't miss it...
Google Maps: Here's our location - maps.google.com.au/maps
Travelling From Interstate
We offer quality, well-maintained used boats, most have low engine hours. Victorian boat owners are very fussy and given our geographic location in Melbourne, many have never been seriously fished. Well over 50% of our used boats sold, are to residents of; WA, QLD or NSW. Interstate buyers just love Victorian registered used boats.
Directions from Tullamarine Airport
Distance: Circa 35kms approx only.
Travel Time: 45 minutes in non-peak times. Allow approx. 1.5 hours during peak times.
Coming from Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport to us; follow the below directions, courtesy of Goolge Maps.
1. Follow signs to Melbourne (City). Travelling SOUTH along the Tullamarine Fwy which becomes the Citylink Tollway (you will need to purchase a Citylink day pass or eTag). Your rental car provider, will assist.
2. Merge into Citylink
3. Driving South over the Bolte Bridge, take Exit onto West Gate Fwy (effectively turning left, now heading East)
4. Take Exit towards Lorimer Street
5. Turn Right at Montague Street
6. Head South East on Montague Street towards Buckhurst Street
7. Turn Right at City Road
8. Turn Left at Pickles Street
9. Turn Left at Beaconsfield Parade
10. Slight Right to stay on Beaconsfield Parade, heading South
11. Continue onto Jacka Boulevard (passing St Kilda Harbour and Royal Melbourne Yacht Club - RMYC). You will also pass the famous St Kilda Sea Baths, Restaurant's; Donovan's and The Stokehouse on your right, then a bit further to pass Luna Park on your left.....
12. Continue along Marine Parade, the St Kilda Marina is on the right (water-side). Keep looking for the multiple storage racks of boats, the white Lighthouse and our Crane.
13. Turn Right at intersection of Dickens Street and Marine Parade (BP Service Station at enterance) to enter Marina complex.
14. You have arrived, well done!!
- Boat Sales is immediately on the right as you enter marina grounds.
- Service Centre continue straight towards water, turn right at end of road (right behind Riva) and follow signs to our Service Centre. Caution - Marina fork lift operating in this area.
Simply click here and upload this PlaceMark into your GoogleMap.
Alternative route offered by: WhereIS
Directions from Tullamarine Airport to St Kilda Marina, via CityLink Tollway using a different route to Google Maps.
Our directions are courtesy of Goolge Maps and WhereIS.
So blame them, if you got lost!
Catch a Tram to the Marina
Jump on a famous Melbourne Tram to Luna Park here in St Kilda, and take a nice walk along the St Kilda Beach to the St Kilda Marina.
1> Get off the Tram at Luna Park
2> Walk 200m W down either Cavell Street past The Palais or Shapespeare Grove to the Beach
3> Head 400m S along the beach path to St Kilda Marina enterance. Keep walking thru, we are at the S end next to the members car park gate.
What Tram to Catch?
Tram No.96 - St Kilda beach via Crown Casino and Spencer Street Station. This trams stops directly in front of Luna Park
Tram No.16 - Now runs Melb Uni - Kew via Swanston St, St Kilda & Malvern. This trams stops directly in front of Luna Park.
Tram No.3 - East Malvern tram. From East Malvern to St Kilda Rd via Balaclava Rd. Then change at stop 30, St Kilda Junction to the number 16 tram which will take you directly to Luna Park.
Tram No.67 - Carnegie tram via St Kilda Rd. Then change at stop 30, St Kilda Junction to the number 16 tram which will take you directly to Luna Park.
Tram No.79 - From Richmond. This trams stops directly in front of Luna Park.
Where to stay - the nearest quality hotel
Needing overnight accomodation?
The closest Hotel to our Marina, is the Novotel St Kilda. which is within easy walking distance to us. Located in Melbourne's most cosmopolitan suburb, Novotel St Kilda is perfectly situated overlooking Port Phillip Bay and St Kilda beach. Experience all that St Kilda has to offer from Novotel's prime position on the esplanade.
The Novotel St Kilda has very comfortable rooms, some with excellent bay views (especially at Sunset) overlooking St Kilda Beach towards our Marina. It is a very pleasant 15 minute walk of about 1km along the bachfront, heading South.
The hotel is part of the world-wide Accor Group and is sorrounded by many restaurants & cafe's of nereby Fitzroy and Acland Streets.
Address: 16 Esplanade, St Kilda Victoria 3182. Australia
Reservations: 1300 65 65 65
Hotel Phone: 03) 9525-5522
Enter the marina with the BP Service Station on your left, turn immediately right and you will see the flags of our Sales office right behind the members car park gate. You should be heading in a northerly direction, towards The Great Provider Restaurant with the Melbourne CBD right in front of you.
Car parking (with no restrictions) is available right next to our office. Enjoy a wander along the marina boardwalk & promenade right in front of our office. See a lovely selection of Sports & Flybridge Cruisers, all privately owned. Our boats for sale have our For Sale board hanging proudly on the bow, so they will be easily recognised throughout the marina complex.
(By Road) As you enter the Marina from Marine Parade, continue heading West straight towards the Riva Restaurant. Follow the roadway as you pass Riva, then turn right heading North, (behind the restaurant) and stop at a Members Gate.
Use the intercom (clearly marked), press the Service Centre and we will open the gate for you. Drive right up to the Service Centre heading North towards our Crane.
Be careful as you drive in the marina grounds, the Marina fork lift is always busy, launching & retrieving boats.
(By Water) Enter via the main channel, you will pass the Coast Guard HQ, followed by our Fuel Dock or your starboard (right) side.
Head South straight towards the Crane. Mooring is available right outside our Service Centre which is located on your Starboard (right) side. Our Service Centre office and workshop are both visible from the water.
Tie-up (mooring lines are provided) and come on in....
Wyndham Harbour is a $440 million marina development located 30 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, and will be the only safe boat harbour between Williamstown and Geelong. Once complete, Wyndham Harbour will be a world-class development and a major boating and lifestyle destination. It will feature up to 1000 wet berths and dry boat storage for up to 390 boats – making it the largest marina in Victoria and the second largest in the country (opens 27-28 February 2016).
Wyndham Harbour now provides a wide range of facilities and services for residents, with a thriving new community who now occupy a range of premium waterfront homes, apartments and terrace homes Located at the heart of the development, Marina Square provides a vibrant meeting place for the community with plans for a range of shops, restaurants and cafes overlooking the marina. There will be new walking and bike paths, parklands, wetlands and beaches, as well as upgrades to the Werribee South boat ramp and Duncans Road.
How to get there
Wyndham Harbour is linked to both the surrounding area and cultural and business hubs across Victoria. Melbourne is only 30 minutes drive away by car and Geelong is also an easy 30 minute drive on the nearby Princes Freeway (M1).
Local buses connect Werribee South with Werribee Railway Station. From there, another eight bus routes are available as well as train services to Melbourne and Geelong. A proposed ferry from Wyndham Harbour to Melbourne’s Docklands will be a relaxing trip across the bay.
A leisurely14nm cruise (or sail) on Port Phillip at 20kts will get you to Wyndham Harbour from St Kilda Marina in about 40 mins. From the Docklands precinct is about 17nm. If you're coming accross the bay from Sorrento, it's a comfortable 22nm journey and only 17nm from Queenscliff, 8nm from Portarlington and 22nm from Geelong.
Head from the city of Melbourne west along the (M1) Westgate Freeway, over the Westgate Bridge and head west towards Geelong.
After about 15 minutes heading west on the M1, you'll turn off the Freeway at the Duncans Road exit (same exit as The Werribee Masion or the Polo Fields).
How to find us
Turn left into Duncans Road and go about about 7.2km until you reach the north-western shores of Port Phillip, where you'll see the houses and apartments of the Wyndham Harbour developement. You'll see the signs.
From the West Gate Bridge
West Gate Freeway
Head north-west on M1 - 23.5 km
Exit onto Duncans Rd/C108 towards Werribee South - 7.2 km
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Quay Blvd
Once into Quay Boulevard, head between the Marina Quays apartments and the Lighthouse apartments (construction site).
Our boat sales and chandlery office will be located on the Central Spine on the ground floor of the new 'Marina Managers' office.
There's plenty of car parking onsite and next to uor office where we overlook the wonderful marina. C'mon down....
GO TO WYNDHAM HARBOUR BY FERRY
Port Phillip Ferries is a privately-run passenger ferry service that runs between Wyndham Harbour, Werribee, and Victoria Harbour Docklands.
With regular departures Monday-Friday for the work-day commute, and Saturday-Sunday for weekend adventures, the modern 35m long catamaran vessel provides a comfortable vantage point to enjoy the sights and sounds of the bay, while you read the paper, catch up on emails, or simply enjoy your trip.
For more information, visit: http://www.portphillipferries.com.au/