Federation Square

Federation Square Melbourne

Federation Square is the main landmark in Melbourne’s city centre. The square offers culture, shopping, cafe’s and restaurants. The location is between Flinders Street and the Yarra River above Flinders Railway Station.

what’s on Federation Square

– Atrium: galleries, specialty shopping and cool cafes
– Ian Potter Centre NGV Australia: 20 galleries with Australian art
– Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
– The Square: open civic space with a super screen and stage
– ABBAWORLD: multimedia exhibition of the music group Abba
– BMW Edge: modern amphitheatre with 450 seats
– Community Gallery: works from local artists
– Fracture Gallery: new and established artists worldwide
– Kirra Gallery: Australian finest contemporary art
– No Vacancy Gallery: exhibitions of new artists
– NGV Kids Corner: activities for children
– Melbourne Visitor Centre
– restaurants (pizza, pasta, Japanese, Greek, Australian food))
– cafe & bars (river terrace, biggest beer garden in the CBD
– shops: souvenirs, supermarket, film books
– Rentabike: $15 for 1st hour, then $5/hour, $35 per day
– Mobility Centre: rent of wheelchairs, scooters, walking frames

Melbourne Visitor Centre

Corner of Swanston and Flinders Streets
Opening hours : daily, 9.00 – 18.00 (except Good Friday and Christmas Day)