Take an entertaining insider’s journey through Australia’s largest performing arts centre, home to world-class music, dance, theatre, opera and more.

Our daily Arts Centre Melbourne Guided Tours and our Sunday Backstage Tours are led by knowledgeable guides, passionate about the Arts.

Get ready to hear fascinating stories and secrets about our distinctive performing arts venue on this must-do experience for first time visitors exploring Melbourne’s famous arts and cultural scene or locals who want to see their much-loved venues up close and personal. Or if you want to be your own guide, why not take one (or all!) of our Self-Guided Tours for a more detailed examination of our wonderful collection of Art.

So much to see, so much to do at Arts Centre Melbourne.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are located at 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, just across the Yarra River from Flinders St Station. We have our own car park and there are multiple public transport options to get you to our theatres!

Arts Centre Melbourne car park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with several options available, including Permanent, Early Bird, Valet Parking, Casual and Accessible Parking. Entry is via Sturt and Kavanagh Streets, just off Southbank Boulevard.
Tours can be booked online, through our contact centre on 1300 812 813 or at our Box Office direct
Our Theatres and Exhibitions (front of house) tours are wheelchair accessible, and we can offer the portable audio loop to assist with hearing needs. Auslan Interpreters can also be arranged if requested far enough in advance. Our Backstage Tour meanders through some tricky parts of our building, which unfortunately means it is not accessible to wheelchairs. For further enquiries please contact Arts Centre Melbourne’s Disability Access Manager on (03) 9281 8503 during business hours
There are no age restrictions on the Theatres & Exhibitions (front of house) Tours, but our Backstage Tours do have a minimum age requirement of 12-years-old. All minors 15 and under on any of our tours must be accompanied by an adult. 
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