Conference Logistics


Jasper Hotel
489 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne CBD

We look forward to welcoming everyone to our conference venue and we can’t wait for you to enjoy the experience with us.

Conveniently located adjacent to the Queen Victoria Market and an easy walk from Melbourne Central Station, the Jasper Hotel is very easy to access.


Trams run along Elizabeth Street and Victoria Street. Stops are located less than five minutes’ walk to the venue.

The venue is a five-minute walk from Melbourne Central Station via the Elizabeth Street exit.


  • Hotel Parking
    Car parking is not available onsite at Jasper Hotel. However, the Jasper Hotel has formed a partnership with Queen Victoria Market Undercover Car Park.
  • Queen Victoria Market Parking Undercover Parking – Conference/Hotel Guests Special Rates
    456 Queen Street, Queen Victoria Market - Undercover Car Park Levels B3 and B4 only.
    To access the special parking rates, conference attendees and hotel guests must park on Levels B3 or B4 only. Collect a parking voucher from Jasper Hotel reception to access one of the following discounted rates:

    Short term - $29 per day for Hotel guests from 11am to 12pm (following day)
    Conference Attendees - $25 per day for Conference guests from 7am to 7pm
    Long term - $24 per day for Hotel guests only (+7day) from 11am to 12pm
    Note: Parking rates correct at time of publication.

    No car parking ticket is required upon entering the car park as licence plate recognition is used. To exit the car park, scan the parking voucher provided by the hotel.
  • Queen Victoria Market Parking – Open Air
    Ample parking spaces are available at the Queen Victoria Market a short four-minute walk from the conference venue. For details on how to access parking and parking rates visit the QVM website:

Some sessions may require the use of a device – such as a tablet or smartphone – to access some of the presenter’s content. Look out for the following symbol in the program:

BYOD – Bring your own device to this session


Tea and coffee are available on arrival. Morning tea and lunch are included in the registration fee. Those with special dietary requirements should indicate their needs when registering online.


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If you have any special needs or mobility issues, please contact Myra Karantzas (HTAV Events Manager) via email:


HTAV values and encourages the respectful exchange of diverse views and perspectives. We are also committed to the cultural and psychological safety of our delegates and participants. We encourage you to contact HTAV’s Event Manager at if you have any concerns about your experiences at our events.

HTAV and Jasper Hotel are committed to ensuring everyone’s safety at the conference. Sanitising stations will be available, and we encourage our attendees to bring and wear a mask.

We request that anyone experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms does not attend the conference, and to contact HTAV to discuss a refund under these circumstances.

For information about how Jasper Hotel keeps the community safe, please visit the Jasper Hotel Health and Safety website.

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SOCIAL HOUR – Networking drinks for conference participants

Thursday 1 August, 4.15 pm
Friday 2 August, 4.15 pm

Join colleagues, catch up with old friends, meet new people, harvest good ideas and enjoy a complimentary drink and a selection of canapés at the HTAV Social Hour.

Social Hour will take place in Jasper Kitchen conveniently located at the Jasper Hotel conference venue.

Events Calendar

Sponsors & partners

  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo
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  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. The HTAV Office is located on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. These lands were never ceded. We pay our respect to their ancestors and Elders, past and present.

Please note: Members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities should be aware that the HTAV website may include images or names of people now deceased.