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Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Bays 25 & 26.
1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf, VIC, 3006.
Entry is via Clarendon Street.
How do I get to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre?
There are multiple ways to get to the venue via public transport, however, we highly recommend the tram or walking from Melbourne City. For more public transport options, please see Public Transport Victoria’s Website.
The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is a 15 minute walk from Melbourne’s CBD. The fastest way to the event is to walk down Clarendon Street and enter through the main entrance.
Tram routes 96, 109, and 12 stop at the MCEC and will take you to the Clarendon Street entrance. To catch the tram to this stop, you will require a myki card. Information on these cards is available here.
Most trains heading towards the city will take you to Southern Cross Station. Once at the station, tram routes 96, 109, and 12 will take you to the MCEC. Catching a train requires a myki card. Click here for information on these cards.
From the Airport (Tullamarine Airport)
A taxi, Uber, or bus can be used to get from the airport to the MCEC. If you would prefer to use the bus, the SkyBus has a direct service to the MCEC called the Southbank Docklands Express. This bus stops at the Clarendon Street entrance.
Do I need anything to travel around Melbourne on public transport?
To travel in Melbourne on the public transport system, individuals MUST pay for and travel with a myki card, unless only commuting within the free tram zone. You can purchase a myki card from a large range of retailers and locations including most corner stores and train stations. It is important to note that the card requires you to have myki money on it to be able to travel. The locations to place money on the card are the same as where you buy them from. To use the card, it’s as simple as “touch on” and “touch off”. Touch on using the myki card readers before you board the transportation and touch off after you have finished your journey.
For more information visit the myki website.
Inside the venue, there is a handful of cafés with basic food and drink options. Just outside the venue, there are many options for food. The Wharf just outside the front of MCEC offers a number of restaurants. The DFO next to the MCEC has a range of fast food options and clothing stores. Corner shops are located around the city and behind the MCEC. Make sure you stock up on water!
Australian Summer is very unforgiving to those who are not used to it. Melbourne can get very humid during the summer and can make 30°C/86°F days feel like 40°C/104°F and above.
For further information please see the FAQ.
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