St Kilda is one of Melbourne’s most well-known suburbs, and for good reason. It is home to a wide number of cultural, historical, and recreational attractions. It’s no surprise, then, that lots of travellers find themselves going from Melbourne airport to St Kilda every day. But in terms of making that journey, what are the options? There are actually quite a few ways of getting from Melbourne airport to St Kilda, including many forms of public transport. However, the best option by far is a Hughes transfer. At Hughes, we take pride in offering the most complete transport solutions, for the most affordable prices. Our drivers are professionally trained chauffeurs, and our vehicles come from some of the world’s leading manufacturers. That means, for an affordable price, you get the best in comfort and service.
Journey: MMelbourne Airport to St Kilda
Whether you are looking for a luxury limousine or premium sedan experience or want to move a large group easily and in comfort, Hughes can help. We have vehicle options for 1 – 61 passengers and an extensive fleet to accommodate all your transport needs.
Not sure what vehicle’s suit your needs? Contact our friendly team on 1300 615 165 or email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
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Travel times from Melbourne airport to St Kilda and back again
The cornerstone of any good plan is timing. And getting your timing right is hard when you don’t know how long your trip will take. To alleviate that problem, we’ve put together our best estimates of travel times from Melbourne airport to St Kilda. Generally, the trip takes about 45 minutes. However, when the roads are busy with commuters, it can take a little longer.
Peak Hour Travel Time:
Airport to St Kilda – 50 minutes
St Kilda to airport – 50 minutes
Off-Peak Travel Time:
Airport to St Kilda – 40 minutes
St Kilda to airport – 40 minutes
Melbourne airport: Finding your way around the terminals
Melbourne airport is big, to say the least! It has four terminals, each hosting a number of carriers. Those terminals vary in terms of their destinations, too, with terminal two being dedicated to international flights only. To some who might not travel frequently, the idea of four terminals could feel a little overwhelming.
But, luckily, Melbourne airport has all the facilities necessary to accommodate hassle-free travel. There are free waiting zones, for those who are collecting passengers, as well as abundant drop off spaces at the forecourt of each terminal. In addition to that, there’s plenty in the way of car parks for short and long term travellers. Then, to top it all off, there are the 1, 10, and 20 minute waiting zones. With all those spaces on offer, you needn’t worry about arriving a little early!
St Kilda: Here’s what there is to do and see before you go back to Melbourne airport
St Kilda is certainly one of Melbourne’s better-known suburbs. It has a great deal on offer, from beaches, to historical sites, to cultural attractions, and everything in between. Among those attractions are the iconic Esplanade Hotel – one of Australia’s premier pubs and live music venues. To add to the rich cultural fabric of the vibrant suburb, there’s also the St Kilda festival. Interestingly, St Kilda is interspersed with commercial, residential, and recreational buildings. The result is an enticing, vibrant community that is well worth a visit. To see it all in comfort, book a transfer from Melbourne airport to St Kilda with Hughes.