Parkville is the University of Melbourne’s primary and historical campus, featuring buildings from the Victorian age next to modern facilities. Originally established in a large area in the Parkville suburb, the campus has expanded well beyond its boundaries, with many of its newly acquired buildings located in the nearby Carlton suburb. The campus is located on the edge of the Melbourne city, just a 10-minute tram ride or a 20-minute walk away from the city centre. Cafés and restaurants of cosmopolitan Lygon Street, as well as the picturesque Queen Victoria Market, are nearby attractions.
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24/7 with day departures every 10 minutes between Melbourne Airport, the city centre and directly to St Kilda. SkyBus also operates between Avalon Airport and Melbourne city centre. Additional services offered to conference delegates include:
Melbourne’s CBD is easily accessible from the University of Melbourne (UniMelb). Delegates can catch tram routes 1, 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 and 72 via Swanston St to Flinders St Train Station or Melbourne’s central shopping districts on Bourke St and Collins St. Delegates can also catch tram route 19 via Royal Parade on the opposite side of UniMelb to the CBD.
Melbourne is home to the world’s largest tram network. For delegates travelling around the city centre, tram travel is free. The City Circle tram is a great way to explore Melbourne. Delegates and partners can hop on and off the iconic tram, and hear an audio commentary, as they visit major attractions and shops.
Melbourne is set in a compact grid layout, making it very easy to find your way around by foot. The City of Melbourne offers a series of self-guided walks to help delegates explore.
With the Yarra River running through it and a bay next door, Melbourne is a great city to experience by boat. Delegates can jump on a Melbourne Water Taxi or take a scenic cruise departing from Southbank.