So, what if the future isn’t what you expect?
Explore ideas and take action about our future through seven days of talks, workshops, performances and celebrations at Melbourne Knowledge Week. Take part in events for all ages in venues around the city including the festival Hub at the heritage-listed Meat Market in North Melbourne.
Join us during 20-26 May to cure your curiosity, supercharge your imagination and move your motivation to actively shape our world. For thinkers, innovators, explorers, the curious and the carefree, Melbourne Knowledge Week is the place to share knowledge and create a new future, together.
The heart of Melbourne Knowledge Week is the Hub, located in the heritage-listed Meat Market in North Melbourne.
But the Hub is just the start! MKW takes place at various locations around the city. Check the event pages for address and map details. All locations are easy to ride and walk to or catch public transport – try to plan an environmentally-conscious day or evening of exploration.
The transport app that’s more than a map, arevo integrates Victoria’s public transport networks, Myki top-up, parking locator, bike and car share, Uber and more so you can always find a route that suits you.
Find the simplest, most convenient, economical or environmentally-friendly way to get to your destination. Select your transport modes and add home and work to your ‘favourites’. Check your Myki balance, top up on the go and set low balance reminders. Find parking spots, see opening hours and check pricing. Create an arevo account to make the most of exclusive offers and discounts.
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
The Hub at the Meat Market is wheelchair accessible. For more information visit Meat Market website.
We work closely with our partners to ensure venues are wheelchair accessible where possible. Please visit individual event pages to confirm venue accessibility.
Auslan interpreters are available on request. For Auslan requests, or for any other accessibility requests or questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on (03) 9658 8528.
Melbourne Knowledge Week is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and will be certified carbon neutral for 2019. This means we will measure the festival’s carbon emissions and implement actions to reduce them. Then we will purchase offsets on your behalf to cover the remaining emissions and achieve carbon neutrality.
Your contribution of $2.00 per ticket will go towards a range of offset projects including a reforestation project in NSW and a project which enables Aboriginal communities to reduce emissions through improved land management practices in the Kimberley.
Take action on climate change, act now.