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The Capitol – RMIT

121 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Please content the The Capitol for more information about venue access.

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ACCESSIBLE PARKING

There are a number of accessible parking spaces located on Little Collins Street and surrounding streets. Parking is also available at a number of nearby car parks, including Federation Square Car Park, which has accessible car spaces on each level.

ACCESSIBLE DROP OFF

Collins Street, north side, just east of Swanston Street. Accessible parking bay and loading zone on Little Collins Street near corner of Swanston Street.

ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE

Enter The Capitol Arcade from Swanston Street or Howie Place. Halfway through the arcade there’s a lift (between the jeweller and the dry cleaner). Take the lift up to The Capitol’s Foyer level. From the Foyer, a separate lift provides access to the Theatre, Salon and Lounge levels inside The Capitol.

ACCESSIBLE BATHROOMS

Wheelchair accessible amenities are located on the Foyer level. Facilities include a baby change area.

ACCESSIBLE SEATING

The Capitol Theatre has eight accessible spaces, accompanied by eight companion seats. Four of these spaces are accessible from the Foyer level. The remaining four spaces are accessible from the Salon level (Level 3) via the lift. Please ask front of house staff for directions or to accompany you to one of these spaces if assistance is required.

DISTANCE COVERED BY PARTICIPANT

Under 200m.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Nearest accessible train station: The Capitol is an approximately five-minute walk from Flinders Street Station or Melbourne Central Station.

Nearest accessible tram stop: Stop 6 - Town Hall & Collins Street – Routes 11, 12, 48, 109.

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