About Melbourne

Recognised as a marvellous place to be when voted 'world’s most liveable city', this beautiful state capital offers an exceptional lifestyle where visitors are made very welcome. Melbourne is a modern and progressive city while it retains much of its gracious, historic charm.

Renowned for its culture and arts, Melbourne also offers a vast array of sights, activities, entertainment, and epicurean experiences as well as a multitude of sporting and cultural events. Its history is fascinating and explains much of the elegant architecture; an enormous breadth of cuisines and reputation for ‘best eating’ in Australia; the traditions of theatre and artistic pursuits; the tag ‘garden state’ with its famous parks and gardens throughout the city; its exciting shopping and sports-mad locals.

There is so much to see and do – these are just some of the attractions. For more detailed information about magnificent Melbourne, go to the official tourism website, visitmelbourne.com.

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Venue

The Pullman & Mecure, Albert Park, Melbourne

Located near St Kilda and the Chapel Street precincts, the Pullman & Mercure Melbourne Albert Park overlooks picturesque Albert Park Lake and is one of the city’s best-located hotels for doing business or exploring Australia’s dynamic and cosmopolitan cultural capital.

Getting to the venue

By SkyBus
The SkyBus transports visitors directly from Melbourne Airport to Southern Cross train station. This is an express service that departs every 10 minutes. Once at Southern Cross Station, catch a tram towards East Brunswick to St Kilda beach (96) get off at stop 133 and catch the tram Kew to Melbourne University via St Kilda beach (16) get off at stop 27. For further information and costs on the SkyBus, visit the website at www.skybus.com.au

By taxi
Taxis are available on the ground floor level outside all three terminals.

By hire car
You can pick up a car from one of five rental companies at Melbourne Airport. Parking is available at the Pullman. For information on cost, access etc, please visit the website at
www.pullmanalbertpark.com.au/en/car-parking.html