Darebin Arts Centre is located in Melbourne’s inner-north suburb of Preston.
Car Parks: The Darebin Arts Centre Car Park provides 180 unrestricted car spaces, including 4 accessible parks. Enter the car park via Peter Street, or St Georges Rd.
Unrestricted parking is also available on St Georges Rd (East end).
The Darebin Arts Centre is easily accessible by train, tram and bus. The nearest public transport is Bell train station a short 2-3 minute walk along Bell St, Preston.
Catch the South Morang line train to Bell Station. The Darebin Arts Centre is a further 2-3 minute walk along Bell St.
Catch the Route 86 Tram – Docklands to Bundoora RMIT (Plenty Rd/McKimmies Rd).
Stop 44 at the corner of Bell St and Plenty Rd, a further 7-10 minute walk to the Darebin Arts Centre.
Catch the Route 112 Tram – South Melbourne / St Kilda Beach – West Preston.
Stop 40 at the corner of Bell St and Gilbert Rd, a further 10 minute walk to the Darebin Arts Centre.
Catch Route 513 – Eltham – Glenroy (via Lower Plenty Rd & Greensborough), which runs along Bell Street.
Bus Stops are located 20-50 metres from the corner of High St and Bell St, Preston.
For more public transport information please call 131 638 or visit the Metlink Melbourne website: www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au
High St and Plenty Rd are the major cycling corridors within Darebin, travelling North to South of the municipality.
Specific bike lanes are available on Murray Rd and Gower St, Preston.
Secure your bike to one of the many racks outside the foyer. There’s a Melbourne Bike Share station outside the theatre. Hire a helmet from the IGA, just along Sturt Street.
See the Discover Darebin Walking & Cycling Map for further details.
Take the Tullamarine Freeway, exit left at Bell Street and travel 6 km to the corner of St Georges Road and Bell Street, Preston.
Ramped entry to Centre, accessible seating areas located in the Theatre, wheelchair access to theatre stage provided, and an accessible toilet.
The Centre has a Phonic Ear Hearing Augmentation System that provides assistance to both people with hearing aids, and people with hearing loss who do not wear hearing aids. The system complies with the Australian Standard 1428.