Getting to the venues
The Annual Academy Lecture on Wednesday 15 November, the night before the Symposium, will be held at the Singapore Theatre, Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne.
Train: Melbourne Central Station is the closest train station
Tram: Ten tram routes take you directly to entrances on Swanston Street and La Trobe Street
Bus: Get off at Lonsdale, Russell or Exhibition streets
Closest car park: RMIT’s commercial car park is in Building 91, 110 Victoria St, Carlton VIC 3053. It’s a 5-minute walk from the Kaleide RMIT Union Theatre and is open daily 6.30am to 10.00pm.
Street parking: The City of Melbourne offers metered parking bays throughout the central business district.
Accessibility options are available for each venue. If you require assistance or special considerations to access the venues or to participate in functions, please include details during registration under ‘Accessibility Requirements’.
The Kaleide Theatre has accessible toilets, lifts, and building entry > RMIT’s accessibility map
The State Library of Victoria has accessible parking (limited), wheelchair access, lifts and accessible toilets > Access and inclusion information
There are a number of accommodation options in Melbourne close to the venues, including:
- Mantra on Russell (delegate discount available)
- Rydges Melbourne
- Brady Hotel Central Melbourne
- Milano Services Apartments
- Avani Hotel Central Residences
- Ibis Melbourne – Hotel & Apartments
Discount code for accommodation
Mantra on Russell have provided delegates with a discount of 10 per cent off the best available rate on the day that can be used for accommodation on the nights of 15 and 16 November 2023. Bookings will be subject to availability and, at times, minimum night stays.
To access this offer bookings should be made directly via phone call to the Mantra on Russell. Call 13 15 17 (AU) / 0800 448 891 (NZ) / +61 7 5665 4450 (International).
Registration does not cover any participants insurance. AAH recommends participants secure their own general travel insurance. AAH does not take responsibility for any participants failing to insure.