Swanston St & Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, Fed Square is the home to major cultural attractions, world-class events, tourism experiences and an exceptional array of restaurants, bars and specialty stores, this modern piazza has become the heart and soul of Melbourne.
Intersekt 2019 will be located across a number of Federation Square Precincts:
The Deakin Edge is a stunning glass theatre offering views across the Yarra River to the Arts Centre Spire, the MCG and Alexandra Gardens. Deakin Edge is located at the centre of the Federation Square complex, near the entrance to the Ian Potter Gallery. For easy access, enter Federation Square from Flinders Street at the Atrium.
Located in the heart of Melbourne CBD on the riverfront side of Federation Square, ZINC’s floor to ceiling windows showcase the Yarra River and city skyline. ZINC boasts an abundance of natural light and two large outdoor decks to enjoy the spectacular views.
The Atrium is a galleria-like structure of glass and steel that is home to some of Melbourne’s major galleries, cafes and specialty stores, including The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia and Kirra Galleries. The Atrium provides direct access to the Deakin Edge theatre via the 15m suspended ceiling.
Getting to Fed Square
Fed Square is located on the corner of Swanston Street and Flinders Street in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, arts and sporting precinct. Fed Square is across the road from Flinders Street Station – Melbourne’s major public transport hub, and can easily be reached by train, tram, bus, boat, bike and car.
Fed Square is part of Melbourne’s new Free Tram Zone. Travel on trams within this zone is free, and you won’t need a myki, however, if your journey starts or finishes outside the boundaries of the Free Tram Zone, you must touch on your myki at the reader in the normal way to make sure you have a valid ticket. Download the Free Tram Zone Map.
The Fed Square Car Park is accessible from Russell Street or Batman Ave (Exhibition Street extension – City Link) and provides a secure environment, affordable rates and easy access to Fed Square, the MCG and sporting precinct, Southbank and Melbourne’s CBD. View car park rates and map.
Get on your bike and take the scenic route to Fed Square. Fed Square has free bike racks located around the site. Don’t have a bike? Rentabike on Federation Wharf have all the bikes, maps and advice you need to get started, from cruisers and tandems to tag-alongs, baby seats and children’s bikes. Bike hire costs just $15 for the first hour, then $5 per hour or $35 per day.
Melbourne Bike Share is a convenient way to make a short trip in the city. Simply purchase a subscription that suits you, take a bike when you need it and then return it to one of the 50 bike stations throughout the city. There are two bike stations located at Fed Square on Flinders Street (next to the Melbourne Visitor Centre) and on Russell Street Extension. For more information and pricing enquiries call 1300 711 590.
Located within walking distance of major Melbourne attractions, Fed Square is the perfect place to start exploring the city. Download the Walking Map of Melbourne and enjoy a leisurely stroll through the hidden laneways, lush parklands and bustling arts precinct.