Getting There 2017-08-30T23:09:57+00:00

Getting There

The event will take place at


489 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

The doors will open at 8:15AM on Thursday 26th October and the event will officially open at 9Am in the Plenary Room.

The venue is wheelchair accessible and has a seating section fitted with a hearing loop.  Please advise us when registering if you have accessibility requirements.

Public transport

A Skybus operates from Melbourne Airport into the city continually throughout the day.  Journey time is approximately 30-45 minutes and costs $18 one-way.  The bus will take you directly to Southern Cross Station, where you can either tram to the Jasper Hotel (approx. 10 minutes and is located within the free tram zone) or walk (approx. 20 minutes).


The Jasper Hotel does not have onsite parking however CBD Park is located at 58 Franklin Street and is a multi-story undercover car park open 24 hours.  Jasper hotel offers a 10% discount for car parking at this site.  Contact the hotel for more information.


Bookings on 131 008

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Where to stay

Staying at the Venue

A discount rate is available for the Jasper Hotel. Guests should book on the link below which goes straight to the Jasper Hotel website. The special rate is valid for 25th October 2017 and  26th October 2017 with the bedding type Deluxe Queen. They will need to enter check-in date of 25th Oct and check-out date of 27th Oct and enter promocode WESNET.  This will reduce the per night rate to $159 for a Deluxe Queen room.

Other Hotels within walking distance:

Accommodation to definitely avoid

We cannot recommend anyone to stay at serviced apartments at 285 La Trobe Street or called Haut Monde. We strongly recommend you avoid this accommodation option.

Please note that delegates are responsible for their own accommodation and transfers for this event.

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