Event: Orchestra Victoria | 2023 Chamber Music Series
Tram: The closest tram stop is at the corner of Sturt St/Southbank Boulevard #17; which is serviced by Route 1 (1 East Coburg - South Melbourne Beach), it is an accessible tram stop and 1 minute walk to Joan Hammond Hall. The closest tram stop serviced by the St Kilda Road corridor tram routes (Routes 3, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 and 72) is Arts Centre/St Kilda Road #14, it is also an accessible tram stop and is a 5 minute walk to Hanson Dyer Hall.
Enter through the double automatic doors on Sturt Street, an usher will guide you to the elevators.
There is an accessible, all genders bathroom on Level Three near the Hanson Dyer Hall Foyer, there is also an accessible all genders bathroom on the Ground Floor accessible from the main entrance.
Street Parking: There are two 4-hour parking bays reserved for people with disabilities on Sturt Street next door to the Ian Potter Southbank Centre (which contains Hanson Dyer Hall), opposite Betwixt Cafe & Bar. There are two further 4-hour bays on Sturt Street, behind the NGV. You can view these on a map, as well as other public accessibility infrastructure available in the City of Melbourne here: https://www.accessmap.melbourne.vic.gov.au/ Arts Centre Melbourne Car Park: A number of clearly marked accessible parking bays are available. Further information including prices can be found on the Arts Centre Melbourne Website: https://www.artscentremelbourne.com.au/visit/parking
Hanson Dyer Hall is accessible to wheelchair users and wheelchair accessible seats are installed in the venue. Please note your requirements at the point of booking and we will ensure that you are allocated a seat, and that front of house staff will anticipate your arrival.