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Melbourne Town Hall

Over the weekend of Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 November 2019, Broadside takes over Melbourne Town Hall.

And, in the lower town hall, Club Skunk is the place to meet up with friends, hang out between sessions, and plan the spectacular obliteration of the patriarchy. What could be better than that? Named after the lesbian bar in 10 Things I Hate About You, it’s a loving tribute to Kat Stratford and all the gloriously complex and brilliant feminists in our lives.

You'll find Melbourne Town Hall at 90–130 Swanston Street, Melbourne. A venue map is available here.

Public transport

Located on one of the main thoroughfares of downtown Melbourne, public transport is one of the easiest ways to visit Melbourne Town Hall. Stops for trams #1, #3-3a, #5, #6, #11, #12, #16, #48, #64, #67, #72, #86, #96 and #109 are within a 200m walk. The nearest railway station, Flinders Street Station, is 365m away.

Several bus routes have stops in the area, including Night Bus services.

Visit PTV for the full range of stations, stops and routes near Broadside's venue, and to plan your trip.

Parking

There is some time-restricted street parking around Melbourne Town Hall, as well as various off-street car parks within a block or two, including the 199 Little Collins Street Parking, 200 Little Collins Street Garage, Scots Church, Victoria Hotel Car Park, 189 Flinders Lane and 233-239 Collins Street Parking.

There are also bicycle racks outside the building on Swanston and Collins Streets.