Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC)
1 Convention Centre
South Wharf, Victoria
T: +61 3 9235 8000
Recognised as Australasia’s Leading Meetings and Conference Centre in 2014, 2013 and 2012 by the prestigious World Travel Awards, MCEC connects you with everything you need for a successful event.
This includes amazing spaces, leading technology, creative food and wine and staff with the skills and experience to bring it all together.
MCEC is owned by the Victorian State Government and managed by the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Trust.
Conditions of Entry – Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
In line with the standard conditions of entry, MCEC is enforcing additional health and safety measures to ensure a safe and secure venue. These additional conditions to entry apply to all entrants (including visitors, customers, contractors, and employees) and are subject to change without notice and at the discretion of MCEC. MCEC retains the right to refuse entry to any visitors who refuse to adhere to health and safety measures.
- All visitors must comply with the current Victorian Government vaccination requirements, anyone who does not comply will be refused entry. Read the latest on the Department of Health and Human Services website.
- For the purposes of vaccination compliance and contact tracing, all visitors are required to check in via the Victorian Government QR code. Download the Service Victoria App for a quicker check-in.
- Do not enter the venue if:
- You are an active coronavirus (COVID-19) case.
- You have been in close contact with a person who is diagnosed as coronavirus (COVID-19) positive.
- You have any of the following symptoms, however mild: fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, and loss of sense of smell or taste. Get tested and quarantine at home until you receive your test results.
- All visitors are required to undergo hand sanitisation on arrival.
- All visitors are required to maintain physical distancing whilst inside the venue.
- Face masks to be worn in-line with Victorian restrictions. Read the latest on the Department of Health website.
- MCEC reserves the right to refuse entry to any persons who are disorderly or display unlawful or offensive behaviour. Any person who causes a disturbance may be removed from the venue.
- By entering the venue, you agree to abide by the health and safety measures outlined in MCEC’s VenueSafe Plan, available at mcec.com.au/venuesafe. This can include, but is not limited to, physical distancing, sanitisation, and restricted public access. Failure to comply with these measures may result in removal from the venue.
Last updated 23 November 2021
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