Conference Logistics

VENUE



CQ Functions
113 Queen Street, Melbourne

CQ Functions is a vibrant multi-complex in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. The multi-complex encompasses all things hospitality with onsite accommodation.


GETTING THERE


Tram
Trams run along Bourke Street, Queen Street and William Street. All stops are located less than a five-minute walk to the venue.

Train
The venue is a less than 15 minute walk from Flinders Street Station and Southern Cross Station.

Car Parking
Limited onsite parking is available with the entrance at 410 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. This car park is independently owned and operated by Secure Parking; for more information, please see Secure-A-Spot Parking.

Alternatively, there are other car parks near the venue such as Wilsons Parking located at 200 Queen Street, Melbourne.

ACCOMMODATION

  • CitiClub Hotel (on-site)
    113 Queen Street, Melbourne
    03 9602 1800
  • Mercure Hotel Melbourne Treasury Gardens, HTAV Member Partner
    Exclusive rates are offered to HTAV members. See the HTAV Membership Benefits section on the HTAV website for more details.
    13 Spring Street, Melbourne
    03 9205 9999
  • Adina Apartment Hotel
    189 Queen Street, Melbourne
    03 9934 0000
  • Oaks on Market
    60 Market Street, Melbourne
    03 8631 1111
IT


Delegates are encouraged to BYOD (bring your own device) such as laptop, iPad or tablet. Wi-Fi is available within the venue. Please ensure your device is fully charged and wireless enabled.

CATERING


Tea and coffee on arrival, morning tea and lunch are included in the registration fee. Morning tea and lunch will be served in the exhibition area. Those with special dietary requirements should indicate their needs when registering online.

SPECIAL NEEDS


If you have any special needs please contact Myra Karantzas, HTAV Events Manager on 03 9417 3422 or m.karantzas@htav.asn.au.


Sponsors & partners

  • Anzac Prize
  • Latitude Group Travel
  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo
  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo

NOTE: Indigenous Australians are advised that the HTAV website may include images or names of people now deceased.