Close to transport connections, Meat Market is accessible in a number of ways. Please visit Public Transport Victoria for specific options.
Tram 19 – Alight at Haymarket (stop #9)
Trams 58 and 59 – Alight at Royal Melbourne Hospital (stop #14)
Flagstaff Station – 15 minute walk
Melbourne Central Station – 15 minute walk
North Melbourne Station – 20 minute walk
Bus 402 – Courtney/Wreckyn St stop
Bus 401 and 403 – Royal Melbourne Hospital stop
Meat Market recommends utilising public transport options when visiting the venue. We have no public parking available on site. The surrounding area has limited permit, metered and timed on-street parking. Nearby hospitals have limited parking available for a fee.
There will be 2 ATMS on site and some vendors will also have CC facilities.
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