Discover the distinctive flavours, sights and passions of Melbourne's favourite neighbourhoods.
Spend time in the city centre and you'll discover pockets of busy, chilled, bohemian, architectural and accidentally cool spaces to explore. Find art galleries, bars and restaurants – upstairs and down laneways. Stumble upon indie fashion boutiques, artisan workshops, and street artists at work. Wander waterside paths for raspberry ripple sunsets and climb to a rooftop bar for cocktails with a twinkling night sky view.
Just a tram ride away, Melbourne's city fringe neighbourhoods express themselves differently. South of the river, hop shop-to-shop in South Yarra, Prahran and Toorak. Head to the market in South Melbourne, or take your beach towel to bayside St Kilda and Port Melbourne.
The Conference will be held at the Pullman Melbourne, Albery Park.
Overlooking picturesque Albert Park Lake, the hotel is near the beachside St Kilda, iconic Chapel Street and a short ride away from the Royal Botanic Gardens and CBD. With easy access to Melbourne top attractions, Pullman Melbourne Albert Park opens up exciting travel possibilities with the city at your doorstep.
This contemporary and cosmopolitan Melbourne hotel is the perfect base for business and leisure guests. Stylish rooms and suites provide comfort and space where you can rejuvenate, create, or work. Recharge in the FIT Lounge, make a splash in the heated pool or relax in the sauna and hot tub.
Melbourne Airport is located is a 30-minute drive from the Pullman Melbourne, Albert Park. Direct flights to Melbourne are available from all major Australian airports and most regional airports.
Melbourne has numerous public transport options available; more information can be found here.
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A Shopaholics Guide to Melbourne
From laneway chic to boutique sleek, discover edgy local designers, high fashion, historic arcades and department stores galore in inner Melbourne. Be sure to make some time in your conference schedule to indulge in for a holiday shopping spree!
Experience Melbourne's mix of cultures in its myriad restaurants, cafes, bistros and bars. Whether you're after modern, traditional, exotic or homespun flavours – Melbourne's eclectic dining scene offers a startling array of the world's great cuisines, from popular favourites to the truly groundbreaking.
Concrete jungle or urban oasis? Get the best of both in Melbourne this spring, with city streets leading to open green spaces and blooms popping up both far and wide. Chase the fresh air and the wildness of nature at our favourite places to stop and smell the roses.
Discover the creative side of Melbourne, a city buzzing with dynamic and cutting-edge art and culture.
Book seats for a show in the East End Theatre District, Melbourne's hub of historic theatres hosting world-class stage and musical productions. Head to the Arts Precinct at Southbank, where the the Arts Centre, Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC), Malthouse, Melbourne Recital Centre and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) form Melbourne's beating cultural heart.
Across the city, you'll discover the innovation and skill of local artists and designers at galleries and theatres, both new and established.
From world-class wineries, coastal villages, alpine towns, peninsulas and natural springs, regional Victoria is full of diversity and beauty that is waiting to be discovered. Extend your conference stay and explore the wonders that regional Victoria has to offer.