Arts Centre Melbourne
Arts Centre Melbourne is located at 100 St Kilda Road, Southbank 3004.
Arts Centre Melbourne is Australia’s largest performing arts centre and the focal point of Melbourne’s cultural precinct.
Each year it hosts the Melbourne seasons of the national and state music, opera, theatre and dance companies.
The Melbourne Ring Cycle will be performed in the State Theatre, the largest lyric theatre stage in the Southern Hemisphere. View seating map
State-of-the-art and renowned for its luxurious interiors, the State Theatre is being further enhanced with the expansion of the orchestra pit to accommodate up to 110 musicians. This new flexibility will enable performances of a scale and variety that cannot be staged anywhere else in Australia. The Melbourne Ring Cycle will be the first production to reveal the thrilling full-sized Wagnerian orchestral sound that this theatre can produce.
Arts Centre Melbourne is easily reached by public transport. It's just a few minutes' walk from Flinders Street Station, or you can take any tram along St Kilda Road – the Arts Centre is stop number 14. There is also the free Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle which runs in a loop through Melbourne’s CBD every 15 minutes, and stops at the corner of Southbank Boulevard and Kavanagh Street (Stop 10).
If you do want to drive, the Arts Centre Car Park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers undercover parking for 850 vehicles.
Visit the Arts Centre Melbourne's website for more information about accessibility.