Travel Information 

Tram

Melbourne had an extensive tram transportation system within and surrounding Melbourne city. Trams within the city centre are free of charge, known as the “free tram zone”.  In order to travel on the trams outside his zone, delegates will need to purchase a “Myki card”, which can be purchased from any train station or 7-Eleven convenience store. Please be aware of the Free Tram Zones and ensure you have tapped on your myki card outside of these zones. You will see signage displayed at the tram stops and will be notified when entering and leaving a Free Tram Zone via announcements onboard.

There is a tram stop located directly outside of Southern Cross Station on Spencer Street at the Colin’s Street exit. Tram numbers 12, 96 and 109 will drop delegates outside Kitchen Workshop at stop Whiteman St/ Clarendon St, south of the river where it will then be a short 5-minute walk to the venue.

Train

Delegates will be required to buy a myki card to travel on all train, tram and bus networks in Melbourne. Myki cards can be purchased from the customer service desk at the train station or at your nearest 7-Eleven convenience store. A full fare myki will cost approximately $6.00 where delegates will then be required to add additional money onto their myki card for travel to and from their chosen destination. 

The nearest train station to Crown Promenade is Southern Cross Station. From the Collin’s Street exit it is a 15-minute walk south along Spencer Street. Once delegates reach Crown, proceed left onto Whiteman Street where you will find Crown Promenade on the corner of Whiteman Street and Queensbridge Street. Please click here for further directions. 

Melbourne Bike Share

The nearest bike share station is located north of Seafarer’s Bridge. Prices can be found here.

To rent a bike please follow the below instructions:

  • Unlock: Find a nearby station and either undock your bike with a membership key or sign up at the kiosk for casual access.  The light will turn amber while the key is checked.  Wait for the green light then remove your key and bike within 15 seconds.
  • Ride: Check that your bike is roadworthy and adjust the seat height. Take as many 30 minute short rides as you want while your pass or membership is active.
  • Dock: Return your bike to any station. Push the front wheel firmly into any docking point and wait for the green light on the dock to make sure it’s locked and your bike is secured*.

For more information on bike share, please click here to view the website.

Taxi

Melbourne Cab 
Phone: (03) 1300 9091 9422 (Airport transfers)
Phone: (03) 9091 9440 (City transfers)
Web: www.melbournecabs.com.au

Yellow Cabs Melbourne
Phone: (03) 13 1924
Web: www.yellowcab.com.au

Silver Top Taxis Melbourne 
Phone: (03) 131 008
Web: www.silvertop.com.au

Wheelchair Accessible Taxis Melbourne 
Phone: (03) 9277 3877
Web: www.silvertop.com.au

Uber

An Uber is approximately A$55.00 from the Airport to Melbourne’s City Centre/the MCEC. Please note your pickup location depends on your terminal and ride option.

 Follow the below steps if you would like to utilise an Uber service:

  1. Download the Uber App on your mobile device by searching ‘Uber’ in the App Store or Google Play.
  2. Create an account and enter your details as directed.
  3. Please wait until you have collected your luggage and are ready to leave the airport before requesting your ride using the Uber app.
  4. Exit the terminal – The pickup location will depend on the type of vehicle you have selected. Please refer to the instructions below to find out where to meet your driver.
  5. Look for your vehicle and driver – if you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.

If departing from Terminal 1, 2 or 3, follow the signs for ‘Uber’ towards the Pickup Zone, between the bus lane and the short-term car park. For Terminal 4, turn right to head to the T4 car park and take the escalator or lift to the pickup bays on Level 2. For fare estimates, visit the Uber website here.