ST KILDA, VIC

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ST KILDA WEST BEACH

Summer isn’t summer until you’ve spent a day by the water at St Kilda West Beach, a short tram ride from the CBD. St Kilda foreshore is a hive of activity as walkers, joggers race by, while windsurfers and all-weather swimmers make the waters their playground. In St Kilda style there plenty of opportunity for refreshments, whether at the end of the iconic pier or in the bars and restaurants of the St Kilda Sea Baths.

St Kilda Beach is a beach located in St Kilda, Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia, 6km’s from the Melbourne CBD. It is Melbourne’s most famous beach. The beach is a sandy beach about 700 metres long between St Kilda Marina and St Kilda Harbour.

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THE MATCHES

During a game of beach netball at St Kilda West Beach, you can expect to see teams of enthusiastic players battling it out amidst the breathtaking coastal scenery. The game is typically played with fewer players on each team compared to regular netball and a court half the size, adding to the intensity and excitement.

At any Australian Beach Netball location you can expect a variety of matches for all skill levels.

EVENT PRICING

MINI / JUNIOR MIXED TEAMS

EARLY BIRD
JULY 21 - AUG 1
1ST RELEASE
AUG 2 - OCT 3
FINAL RELEASE
OCT 4 - SEP 25
$370
$420
$470

ADULT MIXED TEAMS

EARLY BIRD
JULY 21 - AUG 1
1ST RELEASE
AUG 2 - OCT 3
FINAL RELEASE
OCT 4 - SEP 25
$510
$560
$610

LOCATION

THE ATMOSPHERE

At St Kilda West Beach, beach soccer comes alive with a vibrant music and party atmosphere, enhancing the overall experience for players and spectators alike.

Along the sandy shores of St Kilda West Beach, you can expect to hear upbeat tunes echoing from portable speakers or nearby beachside bars and cafes. DJs may spin lively tracks, adding a rhythmic backdrop to the action on the sand. The music sets the tone for a fun and energetic atmosphere, keeping players motivated and engaging spectators in the excitement of the game.

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PLAY, STAY & EXPLORE

The St Kilda Pier is another landmark. The pier is terminated by the St Kilda Pavilion, an eccentric Edwardian building in the mould of English pier pavilions which is considered of high cultural importance to Melburnians. It was recently reconstructed and listed on the Victorian Heritage Register after burning down. The pier has a long breakwater which shelters St Kilda Harbour and hosts a little penguin colony.

Besides swimming, sunbathing takes place on the beach as well as the grass area adjacent to it. People also engage in other watersport activities, such as windsurfing, sailing, kitesurfing, rollerblading, beach volleyball, jetskiing and waterskiing.  There is also a boardwalk, and another walking track along the beach and a bicycle track.

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