Home to some of the world’s greatest minds, Plenary is an architectural marvel and the centrepiece of our venue.
Combining world renowned design with dynamic sound and lighting, Plenary makes a big impact while still feeling intimate, enriching the experience for both speakers and visitors.
Surrounded by some of the city’s best bars and restaurants, Plenary is centrally located with numerous parking and public transport options.
Assisted hearing devices are available for use in all seats of Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
How To Get Here
Catch any of the following trams and get off at the stop opposite the Clarendon Street entrance of MCEC:
- Route 96 – St Kilda to East Brunswick
- Route 109 – Port Melbourne to Box Hill
- Route 12 – Victoria Gardens to St Kilda
Alternatively catch tram number 48 or 70 and get off at the Flinders Street stop. Then take a short walk towards the Yarra River, across the Seafarers Bridge.
Take any train that goes to Southern Cross Station. Get off at Southern Cross Station and catch tram number 96, 109 or 12 as above.
There are a number of car parks in the South Wharf area. Visit MCEC’s website for further details.
Plenary is surrounded by some of the city’s best bars and restaurants. For full details visit MCEC’s website.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is an accessible venue. We work hard to ensure we provide an inclusive environment for visitors, contractors and employees and address the needs of all users of the venue. For full details visit MCEC’s accessibility page.