St Kilda

St Kilda may refer to:


  • St Kilda, Scotland, archipelago in the north Atlantic off the west coast of Scotland


  • St Kilda, Queensland, suburb of Bundaberg, Australia
  • St Kilda, South Australia, suburb of Adelaide, Australia
  • St Kilda, Victoria, suburb of Melbourne, Australia
    • Electoral district of St Kilda
    • St Kilda railway station, Melbourne
    • St Kilda Cricket Club
    • St Kilda Football Club, Australian-rules football club established in 1873
    • St Kilda Saints (NBL) or Southern Melbourne Saints, Australian National Basketball League team

New Zealand:

  • St Kilda, New Zealand, suburb of Dunedin, New Zealand
    • St Kilda (New Zealand electorate), former New Zealand Parliamentary electorate


  • St. Kilda, Alberta, unincorporated community in Warner County, Alberta.

The origin of the name is unclear, since no such saint as Kilda has existed or been believed to exist. See St Kilda, Scotland.

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