Venue

YRRSDS 2018 will be held at the conveniently located City Campus of RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia (collocated with SIGdial).

Address: 124 La Trobe St, Melbourne VIC 3000


RMIT University, Melbourne City Campus



                RMIT University (photo: Johanne Trippas)


Transportation


Melbourne City campus is located in the cosmopolitan heart of the “world’s most liveable city” and is surrounded by public transport, restaurants, cafes, theatres, galleries and parks. The campus is near major public transport hubs including a major train station, Melbourne Central Station and tram services that connect you to every suburb in Melbourne and beyond.


Public transport

The easiest way to get around with public transport in Melbourne is by tram. Most north-south trams run along Swanston street which go pass the RMIT University campus. Other north-south trams are on Elizabeth street which is one block away from RMIT University campus.

You can also travel east-west along Flinders Street, Collins Street, or Bourke street where you can connect with a Swanston Street tram.


Other options are by train, the closest train station is Melbourne Central Station on the City Loop. From Flinders Street Station, you can also join a connecting City Loop train service or any tram travelling up Swanston Street.



Many bus lines connect to train and tram services listed above. Check Public Transport Victoria for details of connecting services.


You need to use a Myki card to use public transport. Melbourne has a ‘free tram zone’ in the city center where you do not need to pay. One default fare is $4.30 which allows you to travel up to 2 hours.


For more information concerning transportation, please click here.


Hotels

Space Hotel (https://spacehotel.com.au/)

The Nunnery (http://nunnery.com.au/)


If you have further questions, please contact the local organizers:


Damiano Spina: damiano (dot) spina (at) rmit.edu.au

Johanne Trippas: johanne (dot) trippas (at) rmit.edu.au


More information about Melbourne, Victoria, and Australia

http://www.visitvictoria.com/

http://www.australia.com/en

https://www.melbourne.org/

https://www.australias.guide/