Alma Park was previously known as the East St Kilda Recreation Reserve and then in 1859 divided into two parks separated by the Sandringham railway line.
Today the Alma park encompasses significant avenues of mature trees, a colourful central shrub walk, bike path, playground, gazebo, sports oval, toilets and BBQ facilities.
The park features the artwork 'Listening Place' by artist Julie Shields with the sound installation designed by Ros Bandt for the Margins, Memories and Markers project. The artwork captures stories and memories of local resident living in the St Kilda East area.
Alma Park Playground
The play space features a magnificent tree house with climbing nets in addition to a unique play structure formed to resemble a large imaginary creature that children love to climb over and under.
The junior playground features a two story castle with slide, speaker tubes and crawl tunnel and a collection of hand carved wooden animals by artist James Cattlell including a kangaroo, wombat and potteroo.
The senior playground features a range of equipment designed to encourage active play including a climbing structure formed into an imaginary creature known as the 'slug' that includes climbing stairs and a slide, a flying fox that is open every day during daylight hours, a tree house featuring three slides and a scramble net and a range of free sanding equipment such as seesaw, swings and spinning round-a-about.
The picnic area has a free BBQ's and features two and three meter picnic table sets. The longer tables allow for parties and group gatherings, for more information and permit enquires visit the weddings and functions in parks page.
Large parties and gathering require a permit - please check the wedding and functions in parks page for information.
Dogs are permitted off leash, though dogs are not permitted within 5 metres of the playground and BBQ / picnic areas, penalties apply.
Alma Park is bordered by Alma Road, Westbury Street and Dandenong Road in St Kilda East.
The park is split into East and West sections by the Sandringham train line.
Trams - Tram number 5 or 64 along Dandenong Road or Tram number 78 or 79 along Chapel street .
Train - Get off the Sandringham train line at Windsor station. Walk one block south along Chapel street and cross over Dandenong Rd, continue walking west along Dandenong Rd and access Alma park from the northern park perimeter.
Parking - Free parking is available in the surrounding streets and roads, check local signage for parking restrictions.
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 150 Dandenong Rd St Kilda East | Map
✆ (03) 9209 6777
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