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St Kilda Junction Infrastructure Works


A small infrastructure victory to close out the year!

Works aimed at upgrading a section of pedestrian footpaths and crossings between St Kilda Road and Punt Road and further south along St Kilda Road on the east side will commence in February 2021.  These works have been targeted to improve accessibility.

Specifically this work will:


A win for the JAAG precinct

Council supported JAAG’s budget request to transform the “Astor Triangle” (the land next to the Astor). The area will be enhanced to provide a more practical and safer area for pedestrians, school children, cyclists and theatre patrons.  It will include seating and bike racks and a shaded area requiring limited  maintenance and a better amenity as a suitable entrance to our city.  Here are a few images of the area showing recent changes. We look forward to watching the new plans come to fruition in 2021.


Albert Park News


Want to get out into the fresh air and make a difference to your precinct? Volunteering opportunities are now available again at Albert Park. 

There is a focus on the southern end of the park, park entrances and Lakeside drive partnering with volunteers and corporates.

Go to the Community News page for all the details on how to get involved.

JAAG continues to meet with Parks Victoria to discuss the implementation plans for the south-east area of Albert Park Reserve at the Fitzroy Street interface.

The Albert Park Masterplan, the 25 year vision for Albert Park, was released by Parks Victoria (June 2019). The Master Plan will guide improvements to Albert Park over the next 25 years, “ensuring it meets the diverse and changing needs of visitors, while enhancing the health and wellbeing of visitors to the park”.  For more information follow the link to the post on this website ALBERT PARK MASTER PLAN

You can also view the master plan by following the link to the Parks Victoria website  Albert Park Master Plan


Crime Surge

There is a Vic Police initiative that’s happening now called “Operation Spartan”   as per the below Facebook link below:


Police have asked for residents to call 000 for urgent Police matters in our community and not to call the local police station (unless you are specifically in contact with a representative).  000 calls are all logged and provide police with statistics which enables them to allocate resources where required on an on-going basis.  However, the Police have now created a separate number for non urgent calls.  You can call the Police Assistance Line on 131 444 (or go online) to report property related crime such as theft or property damage or to make general police enquiries. You should call Triple Zero (000) if the incident is life-threatening, needs immediate police attendance, a crime is happening now or an offender is (or may be) still in the area.


Love my place

Click on the link below for news on ways Port Phillip is opening up over summer.



Repair of retaining walls on Queens Way/Dandenong Road

Quennsway Sept 2020

Stabilising works on the concrete retaining walls (called “cribb” walls) on Queens Way/Dandenong Road (from Chapel St to Punt Road) are now largely complete.

JAAG continues to be in discussion with Vic Roads concerning the treatment of these walls and understands that graffiti will be managed whilst work continues.  Vic Roads are developing options for the finished treatments on the new walls and say they will provide opportunities for the community to be involved.

See the September 2020 Community Update Repair of Retaining Walls Queens Way for more details.


St Kilda Junction Pedestrian Underpass and Bridge

The CEO of City of Port Phillip informed JAAG that funding had been secured from State government to refresh the murals in the St Kilda Junction underpass and deliver public art reflecting a “Welcome to St Kilda”.   This will be implemented when the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

St Kilda Junction Masterplan


St Kilda Junction is one of the most complex convergence of roads in Port Phillip (Queens Road, St Kilda Road, Punt Road, Fitzroy Street and Barkly Street). It serves as a gateway to Fitzroy Street, St Kilda Beach and the foreshore, and remains a key intersection for vehicular, bicycle, walking and public transport movements.  The last five years has seen increased high scale residential development south of St Kilda Junction ranging from 8 to 26 storeys. The increased growth has impacted on the local amenity and changes are required to protect and enhance the liveability of new residents.

JAAG has been working with CoPP Council  since 2017 to bring about important safety changes needed for St Kilda Junction.  Council and JAAG  still continue to advocate to State government to bring about necessary changes to this infrastructure to prevent more deaths and injuries occurring to cyclists and pedestrians as well as vehicle collisions.

To read more about JAAG’s involvement in the development of a masterplan see Recent Posts on the right hand side of this web page.

Detailed timeline of the St Kilda Junction Masterplan.

To read about the St Kilda Junction Substation go to the Planning Page.


St Kilda Road Bike Lanes – media release October 2020

bike lanes

Click on the link for media release on safer cycling and more bike routes Media release 7-10-20 Safer Cycling And More Routes To Keep Melbourne Moving

In 2019 the State Government announced changes to St Kilda Road bike lanes.  There will be a combination of central safety zone bike lanes and Copenhagen-style kerbside bike lanes, but there is no detail about where along the route the different treatments will be applied and how the transition through St Kilda Junction will be managed .

JAAG continues to liaise with the relevant parties, in particular regarding the links with the St Kilda Junction Master Plan project. You can find more information about the proposed changes at the Major Road Projects Victoria website https://roadprojects.vic.gov.au/projects/st-kilda-road-bike-lanes

A Council contribution of $280,000  to the development of temporary central safety improvements for bike riders along St Kilda Road from St Kilda Junction toward the CBD was approved at the Council budget meeting in August 2020, subject to State government funding the balance.




Follow this link for useful council and other local contact details 


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