The St Kilda Festival has measures in place to improve accessibility to/at the Festival site. Please check this page regularly for updated information.
- Accessibility drop off and pick up zone: Located on Beaconsfield Parade (adjacent to Catani Gardens) and Marine Parade (adjacent to Corner of Shakespeare Grove and Marine Parade)
- Accessibility parking (permit): There are designated disability parking areas on Fitzroy Street near the Fitzroy Lawn Bowls Club, accessed from Lakeside Drive, and at Belford Street, accessed through Carlisle Street checkpoint — a disability pass is required.
- Accessible trams: Trams 96a, 12a, 3a and 16a are the closest services to the Festival precinct. A Super Stop with an accessible mechanical platform is available at Metropol tram terminus, serviced by the 96 tram from the City. Please click here for information on accessible trams.
- Accessible buses: Bus routes 600, 606, 623 or 922 are the closest services to the Festival precinct and are wheelchair accessible services. Please click here for more information on accessible buses, or call 1800 800 007.
Toilets: There are a number of accessible public toilets throughout the site, marked with the international symbol for disability access. A Changing Places facility with larger-than-standard accessible toilets is available at the St Kilda Life Saving Club, for those with an MLAK key.
Main Stage viewing platform: The St Kilda Festival has a viewing platform available at the main stage, this is accessed from Jacka Blvd at “Boulevard Ice Creamery Kiosk” entry point. This is located at L5 on the festival map.
Access Flags & Information: Accessibility information is available via the Festival map and at the Festival information booths on Festival day. Access flags marking access pathways, services and toilets are visible throughout the precinct.
Guide Dogs & Assistance Animals are welcome throughout the site.