Luggage Storage St Kilda
Luggage Storage St.Kilda. Have fun bag free. We’ll pick up your bags and return them back to you when you’re done, Airport, Southern Cross, Hotel
Just 6km from Melbourne’s CBD, St Kilda is where Melbourne comes alive; day or night and across all the seasons.
Located along the bay and with breathtaking sunsets, St Kilda offers more than just being a seaside suburb.
Australia’s oldest theme park and home to the world’s oldest continually operating roller coast – The Scenic Railway – step through the giant entrance of Mr Moon and experience all that Luna park has to offer.
A great way to experience the views of the bay, The Scenic Railway will take you around the park twice, before bringing you back to ground level.
Open weekends and school holidays, enjoy yourself bag free at Luna Park – Just For Fun.
Don’t spell it backwards.
St Kilda Esplanade Market
Established in 1970 the St Kilda Esplande Market operates on Sunday.
With something for everyone, you can grab a bite to eat, unique pieces of art or craft, souvenirs, jewellery and even furniture.
With over 140 stalls, new stallholders are added on a regular basis, so it is a great place to visit more than once.
A great place to enjoy hands free.
The Streets – Fitzroy, Acland & Carlisle
Whatever your mood, the streets are full of cafes, restaurants, book stores, boutique stores, pubs and bars.
Check out Acland Street for their array of cakes or grab a bagel at Glicks on Carlisle.
Whatever your fancy, it’s just easier without your bags.
If live music is your calling, St Kilda has it covered.
Enjoy the late nights or a Sunday Arvo session at The Espy, Prince of Wales, Dogs Bar, Big Mouth and more.
Looking for a live show, make sure you check out The Palais
For a list of some great places to eat, just make sure you do it hands free.
Sky Diving or Kite Surfing
You don’t have to travel far to fall out of a plane. Located on Marine Parade and providing some of the best free falling views, make sure you check out Skydive Australia.
Or if you prefer to be in the air, but a little closer to the ground, head towards Jacka Boulevard & Beaconsfield Parade.
Walking & Gardens
If taking it easy and embracing the world on the ground is more your thing, St Kilda offers some great places to stroll.
St Kilda Botanical Gardens
or if taking in the time when buildings were well built and nice, stroll around many of the streets and look at the architecture of yesteryear.
You don’t need to head down to Phillip Island (although the island has lots more to offer) to see the penguins.
They have a home, right here in St Kilda.
Make sure you’re quiet, they don’t like noise.
St Kilda Festival
Usually on hot summer’s day (it is Melbourne, so it could be snowing) in the middle of February the St Kilda Festival take hold.
Embracing more than just a local community festival, this is the time when around 10% of Melbourne’s population heads to the beachside suburb and absorbs all the delights of the St Kilda Festival.
With so much to do for all ages, make sure you put this on your list and join in the festivities that is The St Kilda Festival.
We can look after your bags, so grab your camera, drink bottle, hat and wallet and get down to St Kilda for the festival in February.
St Kilda has so much more. The traditional home to the St Kilda Football Club and now the home to Cricket Victoria, make sure you get your luggage sorted, when you come marching in.
St Kilda is easily accessible by the trams, light rail, busses, bicycle and if you want to embrace Balaclava as well – train, but is the easiest when you are hands free.
Book here and let BagBoyz Luggage Storage St Kilda look after your bags. We’ll hold them for as little or as long as you need and drop them right back to you.