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St Kilda may refer to:
- St Kilda, Scotland, archipelago in the north Atlantic off the west coast of the Scottish mainland
- St Kilda, Queensland, suburb of Bundaberg, Australia
- St Kilda, South Australia, suburb of Adelaide, Australia
- St Kilda, Victoria, suburb of Melbourne, Australia
- City of St Kilda, former municipality in Melbourne
- Electoral district of St Kilda, a state electoral district abolished in 1992
- 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
- 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.
- Lady of St Kilda, a schooner that the Melbourne suburb was named after
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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