EECON 2017 Conference Venue
Melbourne Convention Centre
1 Convention Centre Place
MELBOURNE VIC Australia 3006
The internationally renowned Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) brings people together to deliver world-class events and create memorable visitor experiences. Leading technology capabilities, award-winning food made in-house and exceptional customer service are just the beginning at MCEC. Located on the banks of the iconic Yarra River in South Wharf, MCEC is surrounded by some of Melbourne’s best bars, restaurants and shopping precincts, and only a short walk to the city centre.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is an accessible venue.
If you’re driving to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, there are five car parks available for use.
For current parking rates please click here.
- Melbourne Exhibition Centre
1060 undercover parking spaces available, managed by Wilson Parking. Entrance and exit off Normanby Road with a height restriction of 2.2 metres. Open 24 hours, seven days a week.
- Siddeley street parking
Open 24 hours, seven days a week.
- Freeway parking
This is a Wilson Parking car park, located at Munro Street under the Westgate Bridge. You can access this car park via Normanby Road and Munro Street.
- South Wharf parking
550 open air parking spaces available, managed by Wilson Parking. Entrance off Normanby Road. Open 24 hours, seven days a week. Montague street parking This is a Care car park, located at Montague Street. You can access this car park via Munro Street followed by Montague Street.
Located off the main Convention Centre foyer, providing storage for visitors’ and delegates’ belongings.
First aid room / parenting facilities
First Aid rooms are located close to Convention Centre and Exhibition Centre Customer Service desks.
Parent rooms can be found around the Exhibition Centre and Convention Centre.
Separated male and female prayer rooms including washing facilities are located in the Convention Centre off the main foyer.
Smoking is not permitted inside any area of the venue.
Visitors to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre have access to free wireless internet.
Wireless is a less secure service and download speeds vary depending on the number of users at any one time. Wireless signal strength can also vary depending on geographical location and other items interfering with the signal.