Tram 67 stop 35
Tram 3 & 15 stop 36
Balaclava Station, Sandringham Line – 5 minute walk.
Bike parking is available outside the Town Hall.
The St Kilda Town Hall recommends utilising public transport when visiting the venue. No public parking is available on site and there is limited local parking in the area that is either metered or restricted.
There are ATMs available on Carlisle Street, heading toward Balaclava Train Station and some vendors will also have CC facilities.
Did you know that every time you shop at any Ritchies supermarket or liquor store in Australia you can have donations sent to ALV?
You're invited to the double feature Australian cinema premiere of Running For Good and The End of Meat, two new groundbreaking vegan documentaries.
Over 5000 people flocked to the St Kilda Town Hall to celebrate food, life and freedom at this year's Spring Vegan Festival. For festival organisers Animal Liberation Victoria it was a wonderful way to honour 40 years of saving lives.
This unique and innovative project is a one of a kind program happening in Melbourne under the umbrella of the Vegan Easy campaign run by Animal Liberation Victoria.
The new edition of the Vegan Easy booklet has just launched. This powerful and eye opening guide clearly makes the argument for veganism - for the sake of animals, the environment, and human wellbeing.
Celebrate Food, Life and Freedom at the St Kilda Town Hall.