Your Safety & Wellbeing

Arts Centre Melbourne is located across the river from Melbourne’s CBD and can be reached by a wide range of transport options.

Information about accessible travel options can be found on our Accessible Travel page

Our Venues

Arts Centre Melbourne has three main venues – the Theatres Building, Hamer Hall and Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Theatres Building and Hamer Hall

100 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne VIC 3004

The Theatres Building (under the Spire) and Hamer Hall (on the banks of the Yarra) are located on St Kilda Rd. The Theatres Building contains the State Theatre, the Playhouse, Fairfax Studio and our undercover carpark.

Find the Theatres Building and Hamer Hall on Google maps

Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Kings Doman Gardens
Linlithgow Avenue
Melbourne VIC 3000

Sidney Myer Music Bowl is an open-air amphitheatre located in the Kings Domain Gardens. Entry to the venue is through Gate 1, located in front of the King George Monument.

Find Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Google maps

By Car

Arts Centre Melbourne Car Park

The Arts Centre Melbourne undercover car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The car park entrance is located at 4 Sturt Street

It is housed underneath the Theatres Building – a 5 minute walk (outside) to Hamer Hall or a 10 minute walk along St Kilda Rd to Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Our car park is a cash-free facility, so please make sure you have a valid credit or debit card before entering.

Find out more about our car park

Recently completed road construction works may impact your visit. Vehicles approaching Sturt Street from St Kilda Rd/Linlithgow Avenue can no longer turn right from Southbank Boulevard into Sturt Street. Access to the Arts Centre Melbourne car park from Southbank Boulevard is now via a right hand turn into Kavanagh Street.

All cars exiting the Arts Centre Melbourne car park onto Southbank Boulevard now have to turn left.

Street Parking

There is extremely limited street parking around all three venues, including several accessible car parks. These spaces cannot be reserved, and time limits may apply.

By Train

The closest train station to all three venues is Flinders Street Station.

Exit the station onto Swanston Street, turn your back on the city and walk across Princes Bridge.

By Tram

Theatres Building and Hamer Hall

The tram routes that stop in front of Arts Centre Melbourne are: 1, 3, 3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 and 72. This stop is number 14 – “Arts Precinct ”.

Sidney Myer Music Bowl

The closest tram stop to Sidney Myer Music Bowl is either stop 14 – “Arts Precinct” (using the trams listed above) or stop 15 – “Grant St-Police Memorial” (using all the trams listed above except for 1).

For timetables and maps, visit ptv.gov.au

By Bike

Bicycle lanes run north and south along St Kilda Road.

Theatres Building and Hamer Hall

On-street bicycle hoops are available outside Hamer Hall and the Theatres Building (under the Spire).

Sidney Myer Music Bowl

The closest on-street bicycle hoops locations are St Kilda Road and Southbank Boulevard outside the Victorian Collage of the Arts; and on Birdwood Avenue near the Shrine of Remembrance.

For more on-street bicycle hoop locations, visit City of Melbourne’s website on bike parking


A map of Arts Centre Melbourne's buildings and the surrounds

Arts Centre Melbourne

Location Address

100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3004

Postal Address

PO Box 7585, St Kilda Rd VIC 8004

Building Opening Hours

Entry is limited to valid ticketholders or Australian Music Vault exhibition visitors.
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Contact Details

Administration Enquiries: (03) 9281 8000
Ticketing Enquiries: 1300 182 183*
tickets@artscentremelbourne.com.au
*Monday - Friday: 9:00am – 4:30pm

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