Arts Centre Melbourne
Address: 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3004
Phone: 03 9281 8000 | Fax: 03 9281 8282
Arts Centre Melbourne is both a defining Melbourne landmark and Australia's largest performing arts centre.
The Theatres Building beneath the magnificent Spire houses the State Theatre, with one of the largest stages in the world, for dance, musicals and opera; along with the Playhouse and the Fairfax Studio. On the banks of the Yarra River is concert venue, Hamer Hall and the Sidney Myer Music Bowl located nearby is a hugely popular summertime venue which hosts everything from music festivals to free orchestral concerts.
For nearly 30 years, Arts Centre Melbourne has played a leading role in showcasing the best local and international performing arts - music, dance, drama, comedy, cabaret, festivals and much more. Arts Centre Melbourne is host and partner to the national and state companies, together with local companies, festivals and a multitude of commercial partners.
Arts Centre Melbourne is open daily, hosting a diverse range of quality local and international performances throughout the year, as well as offering visitors other experiences including guided tours, free exhibitions, the Sunday Market and dining options at a number of bars and cafes.
Content: The Arts Centre
- Car park
- Conference/convention facilities
- Access with assistance for the disabled
- Toilet facilities for the disabled
- Public telephone
- Public toilet
- Restaurant - licensed
- Visitor Information Centre
If you experience difficulty hearing, assisted listening devices are available for use in all seats of Arts Centre Melbourne venues, as well as for Guided Tours and meetings. The units are available free of charge from venue staff, and either use standard headphones or connect with your hearing aid via a neck loop.The TTY phone number for the Arts Centre is 03 9281 8441. Vision Australia provides Audio Description and Tactile Tours of selected performances. For details, visit Vision Australia or contact Janene Morrison Sadhu (03) 9864 9384, Tuesdays to Thursdays, for details. Braille is used in the lifts, as well as other areas of Arts Centre Melbourne. Other services including Captioning, Tactile Tours and AUSLAN interpretation are available for selected performances. Please enquire when making your booking.Accessible seating is available for wheelchair users and their companions, in all Arts Centre Melbourne venues. You can book accessibility seating in person at Arts Centre Melbourne Box Office or via the telephone booking line 1300 182 183.Companion Card - The Companion Card has been developed by the Victorian Network on Recreation and Disability (VICNORD) and admits carers to shows as complimentary guests. Arts Centre Melbourne welcomes holders of this card to attend the many events on offer.Car Park – Arts Centre Melbourne car park has several accessible spaces. These cannot be reserved so, although there are plenty of spaces, it's best to arrive early. To obtain further assistance during your visit, let us know you're coming on (03) 9281 8000.
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