Masterplan


The purpose of the St Kilda Triangle Masterplan is to guide future development of the Triangle site through a set of parameters agreed with the community.

The Masterplan establishes a vision for the Triangle site and a framework that outlines where built form should be located on the site, the massing and size of that form, the character of the public realm and the connections to the broader precinct.

The Masterplan also sets out how the Triangle site could be funded and delivered to provide the highest quality outcomes for the local community and the people of Victoria.

Click here to download the Masterplan. 


Masterplan quick facts

  • 19,835m2 of open space
    including landscaped gardens, lawns, forecourt
  • Up to 21,310m2 of buildings
    including cultural facility, hotel (visitor accommodation) and complementary uses
  • 350-space basement carpark
  • A new Palais Forecourt
    to support the vitality of the Palais Theatre and create a new performance space for St Kilda


The Masterplan provides for:

  • 19,835m2 of landscaped public open space, including the Palais Forecourt, The Lawn, The Terrace, The Slopes, Garden Slopes and a plaza facing Jacka Boulevard
  • Up to 21,310m2 of built form located under The Lawn and in and around the Palais Theatre, comprising of uses such as:
    • cultural institution/s (14,085m2)
    • hotel (visitor accommodation) (4,650m2)
    • other uses that support the activation of the site and the operation of the Palais Theatre consistent with the St Kilda Triangle Cultural Charter (2,575m2)
  • 17,100m2 of underground car park and service areas, including: 350 parking spaces, loading bay, service area and back-of-house for the cultural institution and hotel (visitor accommodation).

The St Kilda Triangle Masterplan is not a final building or landscape design. The buildings and landscape design depicted in the plan are indicative only of the potential size and location of buildings, trees and spaces. These depictions do not necessarily represent how the Triangle site will look when constructed. Further design of buildings and landscape will be part of future project development.

The Masterplan does not change the status of current planning scheme controls. A planning scheme amendment is required to implement the St Kilda Triangle Masterplan.


Interactive views

Find below a series of interactive before and after views of the Masterplan.                


The bay and horizon as viewed from The Esplanade 


The Triangle site and Palais Theatre as viewed from Jacka Boulevard