Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is located on the banks of the iconic Yarra River in South Wharf.
We do our best to consider every detail of our Expos, but one thing sometimes ambushes us – Visitor parking. Due to venues changing arrangements on the fly, we are often not informed of potential disruptions to parking arrangements until shortly before our Expo.
To ensure your day out goes as smoothly as possible, we have published information supplied to us by the venue, but we need to point out even that information may be subject to change! Any last minute changes will be posted to our Facebook Event wall.
Travelling by car
Construction of Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre’s (MCEC) new multi-purpose building is currently underway alongside Convention Centre Place, opposite South Wharf DFO and Hilton Melbourne South Wharf.
Please note that building entrances, pedestrian footpaths, vehicle access and bicycle routes may be altered during the construction period.
Car parking spaces are currently limited within the surrounding construction zone, and in particular, the Exhibition Centre car park (entry off Normanby Road) quickly reaches capacity on busy event days.
We strongly suggest looking at car parking options on the MCEC website.
Another good option is Crown Casino across the road.
Travelling by public transport
Catch any of the following trams and get off at the stop opposite the Clarendon Street entrance of MCEC:
- Route 96 – St Kilda to East Brunswick
- Route 109 – Port Melbourne to Box Hill
- Route 12 – Victoria Gardens to St Kilda
Alternatively catch tram number 48 or 70 and get off at the Flinders Street stop. Then take a short walk towards the Yarra River, across the Seafarers Bridge. For further tram timetable information and trip planning, visit the Victorian Public Transport website.
Take any train that goes to Southern Cross Station. Get off at Southern Cross Station and catch tram number 96, 109 or 12 as above. For further train timetable information and trip planning, visit the Victorian Public Transport website.
For bus timetable information and trip planning, visit the Victorian Public Transport website.