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Melbourne Convention Centre

Victoria, Australia

The Melbourne Convention Centre and the Melbourne Exhibition Centre on the other side of the Yarra sit on the edge of the central business district and provide the setting for a wide range of exhibitions, seminars and other events.

These buildings are used for the largest events, capable of seating up to 2,500 people in a room.

Melbourne Convention Centre, Victoria, Australia

Melbourne Convention Centre seen from Batman Park. Photograph (c) Ali Kayn 2005

See also:
Archived photos from 1996-7

Just the facts:


Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre website

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Getting there:

MelbourneExhibition Centre: 2 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne Convention Centre: Cnr Flinders & Spencer Sts, South Melbourne
Getting there: St Kilda tram 109 or 112/12 from Collins Street, or the 96 from Bourke Street. The City Circle tram passes by the Princes Bridge, alight at the corner of Spencer and Flinders Street.

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