Getting there

Getting there

The venue

The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne. Just thirty minutes from Melbourne International Airport and with public transport on the door step, the MCEC is easily accessible for all visitors.

By Train
Please visit the Public Transport Victoria website for timetable details.

By Bus
From Monday to Friday, bus route 237 goes via Southern Cross Station to Lorimer Street, which is roughly a five-minute walk to MCEC.
Route Map:

By Tram
Melbourne is famous for its iconic trams and getting to the MCEC by tram is convenient and easy. Tram routes 96, 109 (Stop 124A Casino/MCEC) will both stop directly outside the Clarendon Street entrance.
Route Map:

By Car
Driving to the Exhibition Centre? If you’re getting dropped off, the Clarendon Street entrance is the closest entrance. Otherwise if you’re driving in, the Exhibition Centre car park can be accessed via Normanby Road. Parking fees apply.

By Taxi
Arriving by taxi or Uber? Ask your taxi or Uber driver to drop you off at MCEC’s Clarendon Street entrance.

2 Clarendon Street, South Wharf, Victoria

International travellers

Visa Applications
Overseas visitors please visit the Department of Immigration website at for important travel information. Residents from many countries require a visa to enter Australia.

Please ensure you allow enough time for your application to be processed. The Department of Immigration suggests that you start applying for your visa at least two months prior to the event.

Refer to the forms below for more information on applying for a visa.

Travel and Accommodation Booking
MICE2020 has partnered with FBI Travel in order to assist our exhibitors with getting the most suitable exhibition rates when booking travel and accommodation. FBI is a privately owned Australian travel agency with over 20 years industry experience. They pride themselves on their personalised local expertise and service. Together with their strong buying network and local industry partners, they can assist in creating your customised travel itinerary whether it be for your first or return trip to Melbourne/Australia.

Click HERE to fill out the FBI Travel enquiry form, after which a consultant from FBI Travel will be in contact to discuss options.

Letter of Invitation
You may require a Letter of Invitation to accompany your visa application. To request a Letter of Invitation, please send a copy of your passport and confirmation of your MICE ticket purchase to:

Please refer to the document below for important information on customs and bringing goods into Australia.

Bringing Goods into Australia