WordCamp Melbourne is proud to be convening in the historic Storey Hall within RMIT University.
The 19th century section of the building is on the Register of the National Estate, and the Government Buildings Register of the Heritage Council. It is classified by the National Trust and designated a ‘notable building’ in the Melbourne City Council planning scheme.
After major refurbishment in 1994 and a new extension on the adjoining site, the Royal Australian Institute of Architects judged RMIT Storey Hall ‘of architectural significance’.
Registrations will happen upstairs in the main foyer from 8am on Saturday 27th April, 2013. Storey Hall is located in RMIT Building 16, 342 Swanston Street Melbourne, near the North-East corner of La Trobe Street and Swanston Street, right in the heart of beautiful Melbourne. Entry to the building is from Swanston Street.
Catch a train to Melbourne Central station, within the ‘City Loop’. Exit the station via Swanston or La Trobe St exits and Storey Hall is a short 3 minute walk away.
Catch any Tram that runs up Swanston Street or La Trobe Street. On Swanston Street, exit at stop #8, outside Melbourne Central train station (opposite the State Library of Victoria).
If you’re travelling along La Trobe Street, exit at stop #6 on the corner of La Trobe & Swanston Streets.
The cheapest parking is available at Secure Parking, 340 LaTrobe Street, Melbourne. On the weekend, enter after 5:30 AM and exit before 10:00 PM for a flat rate of $5.00
Alternate parking is available at Secure Parking, 180 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. Enter after 6:00 AM and exit before 6:00 AM for a flat rate of $10.00
(Please make sure to check the rates before leaving your vehicle in case they have changed)