St Kilda Festival
Sunday 9 February 2020
Date and time
Sunday 9 February 2020, 4.30am to last tram.
Extra trams run between St Kilda and the City. Service changes apply due to road closures associated with the festival.
Affected trams will display an ‘a’ alongside their route number to reflect the changes.
From first to last tram
Route 3a trams run between East Malvern and Stop 32 Havelock St near Luna Park. You may consider routes 16, 64 or 67 to connect to Melbourne University.
Route 12 trams run between Stop 122 Southern Cross Station and St Kilda. Take Route 109 trams to connect to Victoria Parade and Collins Street.
Route 16 trams run in sections, with no trams between Stop 30 St Kilda Junction and Stop 32 Havelock St near Luna Park.
From 4:30am to last tram
Route 96 trams run between East Brunswick and Stop 132 St Kilda Station, with extra trams running between Stop 10 Parliament Station and St Kilda Station.
From 11am to 11:30pm
Extra Route 67 trams will run, with every second service running between Melbourne University and Stop 38 Brunning St.
From 4pm to last tram
Route 5 trams run between Malvern and Stop 38 Orrong Road. You may consider Route 64 trams to continue your journey.
Route 64 trams run as normal, but to a higher frequency during peak periods.
Please note the following changes to accessibility:
- Routes 3a, 12, 64 and 67 will not run low-floor trams.
- Route 16 will run low-floor trams across both sections. The last accessible stops are:
- Stop 29 Union St/St Kilda Rd (from Melbourne University to St Kilda)
- Stop 38 Balaclava Station (from Kew to St Kilda)
- Passengers needing an accessible service should use Route 96 trams travelling to and from Stop 132 St Kilda Station.
Please ask our Customer Service staff if you need help with your journey or to find out when the next low-floor tram is due at your stop.
- Sandrigham trains
- Route 600, 606, 623, 922 and 923
- Route 6 and 72 trams between Melbourne University and St Kilda Road
During these service changes, trams run to a higher than usual frequency; however, some trams only run along part of the route to service areas of high passenger demand. We encourage you to plan ahead and allow extra time for your journey.
For more information, visit St Kilda Festival