Hamer Hall, Melbourne’s premier concert venue, provides the best opportunities for artists and audiences to experience live music performed by the finest musicians from around the world. Located at the gateway to Melbourne’s cultural precinct, Hamer Hall has recently undergone a two-year $135.8 million redevelopment which has brought to the venue a new level of comfort for audiences, both in the auditorium and foyers, while both musicians and audiences now benefit from improvements to stage technology and acoustic performance, making this one of the world’s most sought-after concert venues. With interior design improvements which have streamlined the connection between the performers and their audience, and a new level of comfort from special designed seating and lighting, the hall has set a new benchmark for orchestral music enjoyment.
Subscribers can pre-book parking in the Australian Ballet Centre Car Park for the discounted price of $17 dollars. To book please contact the box office on 9929 9600.
How To Get Here
By train: Hamer Hall is located approximately five minutes from Flinders Street Station walking south on St. Kilda Road.
By tram: Take tram number 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 or 72 along St Kilda Road.
By bus: Take bus number 216, 219 or 220 along St Kilda Road.
Parking: Parking is available in the Arts Centre Car Park, Sturt Street, Southbank or at the Australian Ballet Centre Car Park at 2 Kavanagh Street, Southbank.
Arts Centre Melbourne has a range of restaurants and dining experiences to choose from. Visit the Arts Centre’s website to find out more.
Alternatively, take a very short walk along Southbank to visit Southgate. With a plethora of dining options and a wide variety of cuisines, there is something for everyone. Visit Southgate’s website to find out more.
Wheelchair seats are available on all levels of Hamer Hall. These can be booked by calling the MSO Box Office on 03 9929 9600.
Wheelchairs are available at Hamer Hall and can be booked by calling the Arts Centre Melbourne Concierge on 03 9281 8298.
Visual and Hearing Difficulties
Assisted listening devices are available for use in every seat and are free of charge. Connection can be achieved with standard headphones or with your hearing aid via a neck loop. Please see front of house staff at Hamer Hall to arrange for use of the listening devices. A driver’s license will be required when borrowing.
Braille is used in the lifts, as well as other areas of Arts Centre Melbourne.
Assistance dogs are welcome at Hamer Hall and generally sit under the seat during the performance.
All levels of the Arts Centre Melbourne Car Park are fully wheelchair accessible. A lift between levels and the NGV is open during business hours at the St Kilda Road end of the car park. For parking on the upper level, turn left after entry gates for the disabled parking area. For the lower level, disabled parking bays are just after the entry gates.