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St Kilda

Located only 10 minutes from the centre of Salisbury and 45 minutes north of the Adelaide central business district, the historic seaside town of St Kilda has been a popular destination since the days of the first settlers, when local families would spend the day crabbing, paddling and enjoying the sea air.

Today, St Kilda offers visitors an award-winning Adventure Playground for children and adults, the Tramway Museum, the Boat Club and Marina and the St Kilda Mangrove Trail and Interpretive Centre featuring a two kilometre boardwalk showcasing the mangrove forests of the Barker Inlet.

St Kilda: Where To Go / Sightseeing

roxbylink Cultural and Leisure Centre

Centrally located in Roxby Downs you will find the roxbylink Cultural and Leisure Centre.

The complex is home to a variety of services including; The Visitor Information Centre, Dunes Cafe, Pulse Fitness Gym, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, squash courts, tennis courts, netball and basketball stadiums,

There is also a cinema, auditorium, library, youth centre and art gallery.

1-15 Richardson Place
Roxby Downs, SA, 5725

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

Federation Story Self Guided Walking Tour

Corowa Shire is steeped in history, playing a significant role in the 1901 Federation of Australia. The self-guided walking tour around the historic buildings within Corowa tells the story of the Birthplace of Federation; including where the original conference was held to put into place the proposal that started the wheels in motion to declare Australia a Federation.

A self-guided historical map is available from the Corowa Visitor Information Centre and gives you the history of the beautiful old buildings in the town and their significance to The Federation Story, with a detailed map pointing out the historic buildings and sites.

Corowa, NSW,

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

Gawler Historic Main Street Walking Tour

Take a self-guided walking tour along Gawler's historic Main Street and learn the fascinating history of the area.

Gawler's Historic Main Street reflects colonel William Lights vision; to create a settlement that could prosper on the banks of the north and south Para Rivers, bounded by rolling hills and within close proximity to Adelaide. Today you can witness the remarkable eras from the historical buildings that line Gawler's Main Street.

The attractive setting, coupled with major roles in the mining and agricultural booms of the 1860s, 70s and 80s saw Gawler blossom into a town of broad streets, peaceful parklands and distinctive architecture. As the walk unfolds you will gain an appreciation of the achievements that our ancestors accomplished in times of challenging environmental and social harshness.

Maps and information for the self-guided tour can be collected from the Gawler Visitor Information Centre between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, or 10am to 4pm weekends.

2 Lyndoch Road
Gawler East, SA, 5118

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

The Cobargo Creators Centre

The Cobargo Creators Centre is the home of the Cobargo Creators, a not for profit group established to make Cobargo and surrounds a better place through creativity.

The Centre is a place for the members of Cobargo and surrounding communities to showcase creative skills and to share ideas, knowledge, skills and enthusiasm.

Inside you'll find local art and craft and information about creative happenings and creative locals.

Visit Black Wattle, the showcase space for unique and beautiful art works. Browse in Wares, the space of quality local crafts, clothing and produce. Delight in the offerings of the Sapling Gallery, the space where local artists under 18 years of age display their creations for admiration and sale.

You'll be amazed by the quality of our local work and delighted by their ever changing displays.

Find them in the heart of Cobargo. Lots of parking close by.

60 Princes Highway
Cobargo , NSW, 2550

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

The Lazy Lizard Gallery

The Lazy Lizard Gallery is a gallery run by a small group of committed Cobargo artists and crafts people to provided a range of quirky, quality and unique art pieces.
The gallery's range includes recycled and found object sculptural works, jewellery, watercolours, lino prints, photographs, wood fired ceramics and woodwork.

Princes Hwy
Cobargo, NSW, 2550

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

Presbyterian Church of St. Andrew

Visit the Living Stones exhibition at the historic neo-gothic Church of St. Andrew, the closest church in Australia to the Commonwealth Parliament. See its magnificent stained glass and ornate woodwork, then visit the adjacent St Andrew's House, built in 1928.

Discover how pioneering Church members helped to build the emerging capital.

These heritage listed buildings with a Guided Tour and Exhibition, will be of particular interest to visitors to Canberra, to students studying Society, Culture and Religious Studies, those interested in Canberra's History and Development, those attracted to Architecture, Design and Stained Glass.

Enjoy this special spot at the heart of the nation.

1 State Circle
Forrest, ACT, 2603

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

Tumut Art Society 5Ways Gallery

Tumut Art Society 5Ways Gallery has been operating for 60 years. Art and Craft from local region artisans is exhibited in the Gallery and includes featured artist of the month exhibitions.

The Annual Tumut Art Exhibition hosted by the Tumut Art Society has been running continuously for 60 years - one of the longest annual art exhibitions in Australia! The Annual Art Exhibition exhibits artworks from many well know Australian artists and starts one week before Easter and finishes one week after Easter each year.

1 Tumut Plains Road
Tumut, NSW, 2720

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

Cloncurry/Mary Kathleen Memorial Park Complex

The Cloncurry/Mary Kathleen Memorial Park Complex is located just off the main highway that runs through town with ample parking for cars, caravans and motorhomes. This is a perfect place to stop and take a break on your journey. It has something for the whole family - with a playground for the kids, amenities and a shaded picnic/barbecue area set in the beautiful parkland. Stretch your legs and go for a 10 minute walk up the lookout past the unique water feature and take in the spectacular panoramic view of Cloncurry and the surrounding rugged landscape. Enjoy the free outdoor display featuring historic mining, rail and farm equipment including a unique 1941 Ford V8 Rail Ambulance which was used when roads were impassible. The former Visitor Information Centre was originally the Oona Police Station building, which was then moved to Dobbyn and again moved to Mary Kathleen as a police station. After the mine shut down and the town dismantled, it was relocated to its current site and used as the Visitor Information Centre until 2013. The park also incorporates the Cloncurry Unearthed Visitor Information Centre and Museum.

McIlwraith Street,
PO Box 3
Cloncurry, QLD, 4824

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

Portarlington Bayside Miniature Railway

The Portarlington Bayside Miniature Railway provides endless fun for all. There are train rides, a children's adventure playground, free under cover electric barbecues and kiosk facilities.

It is open every Sunday 11:00am to 4:00pm.

Children love the Miniature Railway so much that it is also available for birthday parties and function hire.

Cnr Point Richards Road & Boat Road
Portarlington, VIC, 3223

Located 0.0K from St Kilda


The SUBSTATION is a multi arts centre located in Newport, Victoria. The building houses the biggest visual arts gallery in the western suburbs of Melbourne, a dance studio and a large-scale multi purpose performance space.

The SUBSTATION is a one of a kind arts venue, in that its architecture and spaces invite artists to work across art form and scale. The SUBSTATION aims to engage with artists to introduce new audiences to new artists and artistic work.

1 Market Street
Newport, VIC, 3015

Located 0.0K from St Kilda

St Kilda: Activities

Today, St Kilda offers visitors an award-winning Adventure Playground for children and adults, the Tramway Museum, the Boat Club and Marina and the St Kilda Mangrove Trail and Interpretive Centre featuring a two kilometre boardwalk showcasing the mangrove forests of the Barker Inlet.

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