Attend

Tickets:

Tickets for Mini Maker Faire Melbourne are available now!:

Book your Tickets!

Tickets are free of charge, however we need you to register online as numbers are strictly limited.

On the day, if you enjoy the event and would like to donate something to help support Connected Community Hackerspace and the running of this and future events, you are welcome to leave a donation on site.

Where:

“The Atrium” on John Street at
Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn Campus
.
467 Burwood Road, Hawthorn, VIC 3122.

Getting There:

Bike
467 Burwood Road (Cnr John Street & McLeod lane), Hawthorn, Victoria 3122, Australia

Train
If possible, please take the Metro to Glenferrie Station, and it’s just a short distance to the Faire!

from Glenferrie Station:
1. Exit the train station turnstyles, and turn to the right and head South. Keep an eye out for Mini Maker Faire signs.
2. Once you walk out from the station bulding, turn left and head East.
3. Follow the path East that runs along beside the tracks, until you reach John Street (foot traffic only).
4. Turn to the right again and head South following the signs until you reach the Atrium.

Tram
No.16:  Kew to St Kilda Beach
Stop 73, on Burwood Road, or Stop 74, at Glenferrie Station, where shops, food outlets and ATMs are also located.
No.70: Waterfront City Docklands – Wattle Park
No.75: City (Spencer St) – Vermont South

Stop 32, on corner of Riversdale Road & Glenferrie Road, where you can change to the No.16 Tram towards Kew at Stop 70.

Bus
No. 624:  Kew-Chadstone – Oakleigh (via Carnegie)
Travels along Auburn Rd, about a 10-minute walk to the Swinburne Campus.

4 responses to “Attend

  1. Pingback: Maker Faire Melbourne: Inspire, inform, connect, entertain. : Sustainable Melbourne

  2. Just a doubt while registering ! It mentioned How many people will you be bringing ?
    I’ve put it as 2 and so does that mean myself plus two of my mates can join me ?

    • Hi Prashit,

      Yes: we’ll assume you mean in addition to yourself :) I’ll make an adjustment to the form to clarify.

      Ideally, we’d like everyone to have their own tickets, but the evenbrite wait list system appears to only allow you to book a single ticket per wait list entry.

      Thanks for supporting Mini Maker-Faire Melbourne !

      Paul

  3. Thanks for the essential transport information! Makes my life less hassled.

    Wendy Rice

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