Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
Melbourne Recital Centre
This award-winning (for its acoustics) building may look like a framed piece of giant honeycomb, but it’s actually the home (or hive?)...
Beyond the water-wall facade you’ll find an expansive collection set over three levels, covering international art that runs from the...
Arts Centre Melbourne
The Arts Centre is made up of two separate buildings: Hamer Hall (the concert hall) and the theatres building (under the spire). Both...
This partially government-funded contemporary dance company performs internationally acclaimed pop-inspired pieces at its sexy venue...
Convenient lunch spot for sightseeers visiting the Shrine and botanical gardens, Orient East does British-colonial Malay cuisine in a...
111 Sturt St · interesting places nearby
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art information
ACCA is one of Australia’s most exciting and challenging contemporary galleries, showcasing a range of local and international artists. The building is, fittingly, sculptural, with a rusted exterior evoking the factories that once stood on the site, and a soaring interior designed to house often massive installations. From Flinders St Station, walk across Princes Bridge and along St Kilda Rd. Turn right at Grant St, then left to Sturt.