Cafe Vic, The Barre and Cento are all located at the Theatre's Building, with refreshments also available from the foyer bars inside.reci
24/7 Car Parking is available in the Theatre’s Building from the Sturt Street entrance.
Arts House is a program of the City of Melbourne and our home is North Melbourne Town Hall. Arts House develops work that is contemporary, experimental and participatory.
Arts House venues are wheelchair accessible, however, certain performances may be restricted. Please discuss all access requirements with ticketing staff when booking.
The ACCA Coffee Cart is a lively space with coffee, a range of herbal teas, soft drinks and sweet nibbles.
Easily accessible by public transport, ACCA is a ten minute walk from Flinders Street Station, with ample bike racks and metered parking nearby. Car parks are located at Arts Centre Melbourne and the Australian Ballet Centre at the end of Sturt Street.
The ACMI Café and Bar is open Mon to Fri from 8.30am, Saturday from 9:30am and Sunday from 10am to late.
For access to ACMI, there are two accessible car spaces on each level of the Fed Square car park.
The ATW is open to the public from Tuesday to Friday, 10am-5pm, entry is by gold coin donation.
Nearby parking is one or two hour metered parking, with free parking at the South Melbourne Market on Wednesdays and Fridays.
17 different options for food and drinks can be found at Fed Square.
Fed Square is part of Melbourne's Free Tram Zone. The Fed Square Car Park is accessible from Russell Street or Batman Ave.
Famous for our Vietnamese, Ethiopian, Chinese and Italian restaurants there are many dining options in Footscray.
Footscray Community Arts Centre is located on the banks of the Maribyrnong River and can be easily accessed by public transport and car.
The Immigration Museum Café offers coffee, soft drinks, snacks, confectionery and more.
Transport options include the free City Circle Tram, trams 48, 55, 70 or 75 or Flinders or Southern Cross stations. The Immigration Museum is close to the William Street and Yarra River bicycle route.
There is plenty of free bike parking in La Mama's forecourt. Moreover, both venues are also a 5 minutes walk from the Melbourne University Tramstop (Routes: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 64, 67, 72) and a 2-minute walk from the Bus stop (Routes: 200 and 207).
If ever you drive there, car parking is available in the area but can be especially difficult on Friday and Saturday nights, so please allow plenty of time.
The Coopers Malthouse Café is open daily from 8am and before all shows.
The theatre is accessed by the No. 1, stopping at the door (Stop 19). Or any tram down St Kilda Road – at Grant Street (Stop 17).
The Care Park public car park at 264 Sturt Street is just a 3-minute walk. Malthouse Theatre Subscribers get a 15% discount on the Valet Parking Service at Arts Centre Melbourne's Car Park.
5 Blackwood St, North Melbourne VIC 3051
P: +61 3 9329 9966
View the website
Built in 1880, the Meat Market is a grade one heritage-listed building with enormous character and history.
Located in North Melbourne, the Meat Market offers a wide range of spaces suitable for a number of uses including performances, community events, conferences, filming and rehearsals.
The Museum Café, located on the ground floor of the Melbourne Museum, has a great variety of hot and cold food and refreshments.
The Melbourne Museum can be accessed by tram 86 and 96 or a short walk from the free City Circle tram. Paid parking is available under the museum from 6am – midnight.
Blondie Bar combines a stunning wine list with stunning food in a relaxed intimate atmosphere.
Limited on-street parking is available around Southbank. Nearby car parks include Arts Centre Melbourne (enter from Sturt Street) and The Australian Ballet Centre (2 Kavanagh Street).
MPavilion is a unique architecture commission and design event for Melbourne, located in the Queen Victoria Gardens.
The Kiosk is open every day from 10am except Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Dining is available at Persimmon, the Gallery Kitchen, Tea Room or Crossbar Café.
Transport is available from buses, trams or trains to NGV International on St Kilda Road and to The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square.
Limited street parking is available nearby and paid parking is at the Arts Centre Melbourne and Fed Square car parks.
Located adjacent to the Theatre building is Script Bar and Bistro, is available from pre and post-show dining.
Southbank Theatre is within 10 minutes walking distance of Flinders Street Station. The theatre is accessible by tram, Route 1, and all trams on St Kilda Road (simply alight at the Arts Centre Melbourne stop and walk to the theatre).
Mr Tulk Café is open from 7am Monday to Friday and 9am on Saturday and Sunday.
The closest train station is Melbourne Central, directly opposite the Library's Swanston Street entrance. Tram stops are on Swanston Street and La Trobe Street and bus stops are in Lonsdale, Russell and Exhibition streets