Located in the centre of the city at the Town Hall, the Melbourne Visitor Hub is close to the retail, dining and laneways for which Melbourne is revered. Friendly staff can help you plan your time in Melbourne and share the city's secrets with you.

The Visitor Hub offers:

  • local knowledge and personal insights about Melbourne and Regional Victoria

  • advice on things to do and customised itineraries

  • how to get around and public transport information

  • free walking maps of the city’s street art, laneways and arcades

  • guides, brochures and maps

  • installations to inspire exploration of the city

  • free Wi-Fi


Melbourne Town Hall, 90-130 Swanston Street (Corner Little Collins and Swanston streets), Melbourne 3000

Opening hours

Open daily 10am to 4pm.

Disability access

The hub is located on street level.

Contact us

Phone: 03 9658 9658 (Monday to Friday only)

Email: visitor@melbourne.vic.gov.au for tourism enquiries.

Important information about your visit

The health and safety of our staff and the community is our top priority. In addition to our standard cleaning practices, we have introduced a number of precautionary measures at our Visitor Centres for your safety.

  • Encouraging the practice of good hygiene 

  • Providing hand sanitiser for people entering our centres

  • Increased cleaning of high contact surfaces

  • Protective screens at service counters

  • Cashless transactions

  • Capacity limits to maintain social distance

Discover more

Visitor centres

Get advice and recommendations at one of the four visitor centres in the city.

Walks and itineraries

These self-guided walks and itineraries will help you discover Melbourne's best sights.

Getting around

Melbourne is easy to explore by bike, tram, bus, train or taxi.​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Things to do

Our guide to Melbourne's best events, attractions and things to do.