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Cheap Car Rental St. Kilda
If you need to rent a car from St. Kilda, our friendly customer service team is eagerly awaiting your call. Alternatively, you can book your car hire through the form above, and we’ll get back to you promptly.
Car Hire St. Kilda
Our fleet of rental vehicles is sure to satisfy every need and budget.
Alpha Specialty Car
Mg3 or similar
Hyundai i30 or similar
Hyundai Venue or Similar
Compact Hybrid SUV
Toyota Yaris Cross Hybrid or similar
Kia cerato sedan or similar
MG ZS or similar
MG HS or similar
LDV D90 or similar
LDV G10 or similar
Toyota hilux or similar
LDV G10+ or Similar
Mitsubishi canter or similar
Places to Visit with your St. Kilda Car Rental
St Kilda is a Melbourne suburb in the inner south, situated between Albert Park and Elwood on a sandy stretch of Port Phillip.
St Kilda has evolved from a beach resort in Melbourne’s early years due to its proximity to the city centre to a stylish and cosmopolitan neighbourhood.
Food, entertainment, and nightlife are all well-known in St Kilda. Acland Street is a bustling shopping district known for its cafes, continental bakery shops, fashion, and thrift stores. Fitzroy Street, close by, is known for its restaurants, hotels, and pubs.
Jewish Museum of Australia
At the Jewish Museum, learn about the history of Jewish communities in Australia. The museum displays the controversy, theatre, music, and politics of the Melbourne Yiddish community as their congregation numbers progressively expanded and offers rotating exhibitions about how members of the Yiddish culture came to build a home in Victoria. The synagogue is open to the public for tours, and it houses a collection of thousands of personal and professional items from the Victorian Jewish community.
St Kilda’s Alex Theatre is a one-of-a-kind multi-purpose arts theatre. Hirers and producers can display a wide range of works in three different sized locations, all of which are accessible, comfortable, and commercially successful.
Music theatre, stand-up comedy, dance, drama, jazz, cabaret, opera, films, corporate presentations, and festivals are just a few of the activities held at the Alex. Importantly, each theatre offers comfortable seating with plenty of legroom and excellent sightlines.
Catani Gardens is a heritage site named after its Italian-born designer, Carlo Catani, a well-known landscape designer in the late 1800s. The park’s west boundary is surrounded by the original 1910 lava rock wall, extending from the perimeter of the Gardens along the southwest border and past the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron. It has several entrances into the Gardens and onto Pier Road, allowing access to the beach.
Albert Park Lake
Hike, ride or walk with your dog around Albert Park Lake, only 3km from Melbourne’s central business district. Take time to see the spectacular views of the city skyline when you need to catch your breath.
From fun runs to cycling events, pet-friendly gatherings, and the renowned Australian Grand Prix, Albert Park hosts various events.
Set off on the Albert Park Lake Path and make a pit stop near the lake’s southern end to take in the views back towards Melbourne. At the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, you can swim, dive, or use the indoor sports facilities and fitness gym. Sign up for sailing or rowing classes, rent a boat, or join in on the weekly races and meetings if you’re a seasoned sailor or rower.