The Melbourne Convention Centre's L1 is the venue for the entire event.
The best entrance to the Convention Centre is at 'Convention Centre Place', next to the ' Pan Pacific Melbourne' and DFO South Wharf.
Parking & Transport
Getting-there information with venue map pdf
From the Airport: When you arrive from Melbourne Tullamarine Airport, you have three options. You can catch a taxi from outside your terminal or request a rideshare by following the signs outside your terminal to the pick-up zones. You can also get the Skybus, which has a service called the Southbank Docklands Express that stops at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC) Clarendon Street entrance.
Drop Off Point: Vehicle drop off and pick up is available at the Convention Centre Place (loop road) entrance.
Taxi: Taxi ranks are located at both the Melbourne Exhibition Centre and the Melbourne Convention Centre, as well as all major hotels, the Crown Entertainment Complex, and Spencer and Flinders Street Stations.
Parking: Wilson Parking operates a secure underground car park at the Exhibition Centre that offers a range of flexible rates. Book online before you visit to ensure you’re guaranteed a great spot. Other parking options and information can be found at mcec.com.au Parking is at an additional charge, paid directly to the car park.
Tram: Tram routes 96, 109 and 12 will all take you directly to the Clarendon Street entrance (Stop 124A Casino/MCEC). Otherwise, tram routes 70, 75 and the City Circle can drop you off at Stop 1 Spencer St/Flinders St. From there, it’s just a short walk-up Clarendon Street until you reach MCEC. For tram timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey.
Train: The closest train station is Southern Cross. Once you exit the station, you can catch the 96, 109 or 12 tram routes down Spencer Street and arrive at the Clarendon Street entrance in just a few stops. For train timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey.
Bus: From Monday to Friday, bus route 237 goes via Southern Cross Station to Eighteen Pence Lane stop on Lorimer Street, which is roughly a six-minute walk to MCEC. For bus timetables or further trip planning, use Public Transport Victoria’s Journey.
The venue has many accessible features. When you arrive at MCEC please see the MCEC Customer Service team if you have any queries or require assistance.
Vision Impairment: Braille is provided on all room door signage and fixed directional signage throughout the venue. MCEC is guide dog friendly and welcomes any registered assistance dogs into all areas of the building.
Assisted Hearing: Most meeting rooms within the Convention Centre are equipped with TTA Hearing Assisted telephones and hearing assisted devices available. Please email customer service email@example.com if you require use of these devices.
There are accessible toilets, ramps and lifts throughout MCEC, including lift access from the car parks.
For further information on MCEC’s accessible features, please visit mcec.com.au. Contact customer service firstname.lastname@example.org All information in the document is courtesy of MCEC.
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