Looking for a coffee?
Melbourne is known for its coffee culture! Here are a few of the many coffee shops near the Summer Institute venue.
Le Will Cafe – connected to Flagstaff Station
305 William St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Brick Lane Melbourne – 2 minute walk
33 Guildford Ln, Melbourne VIC 3000
White Mojo – 2 minute walk
115 Hardware St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Piccolo Me – 3 minute walk
456 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000
- Operator25 – 5 minute walk
25 Wills St, Melbourne VIC 3000
- Maker Coffee – 5 minute walk
387 Little Bourke St, Melbourne, VIC 3000
Dinner is served
The Melbourne food scene has everything you could possibly want to eat! For those thinking about grabbing some dinner after the conference days, check out these areas for some great restaurants.
Note: As with most major cities, we would suggest making a booking where possible to avoid disappointment.
Eating areas near the conference venue:
Hardware Lane – 5 minute walk
A popular eating destination, Hardware Lane is filled with restaurants and bars.
Chinatown Melbourne – 12 minute walk
Melbourne is home to the southern hemisphere’s oldest Chinatown which dates back to the gold rush.
Melbourne Central – 5 minute walk
Surrounding one of the city’s main train stations, this area has an array of restaurants and casual eating spots to explore.
Search for CBD restaurants and book a table via the Open Table website.
Refer to these guides for more ideas on where to visit whilst in town: