RMIT
    Melbourne, Australia
    9 - 12 December 2008
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    Travel

    Flying to Melbourne, Australia
    The Melbourne Airport is located 15 kilometers from RMIT. Airport website

    SKY BUS
    The SKY BUS will bring you from the airport, into the city for $26 (return trip) or $15 (single fare). Tickets our curb side once you step out of the airport. The sky bus takes you to Spencer street station and from there they have a free shuttle bus to the hotels.

    Taxi
    Taxi is a per metre charge and costs about $50.

    Car Rental
    Hertz Car Rental has been selected as the official car rental agency for this Symposium. To reserve a car, call or reserve online. Identify yourself as Smart Materials, Nano & Micro Systems Meeting attendee and use coupon and PC# 124165.

    This special offer is available for rentals from 1 to 31 December 2008.


    The RMIT University Parking
    View RMIT Campus map


    Parking
    There is no on-campus parking available for visitors to the University. However there are a number of commercial car parks within a very short walk. Metered street parking is also available around the City campus. Please note, time limits and clearway restrictions apply.


    Public Transportation
    Getting to RMIT Campus by Public Transport Train: Most RMIT City campus buildings are located close to Melbourne Central train station which is serviced by all Connex Melbourne’s Train City Loop services. For services that run directly to Flinders Street, visitors to the RMIT City campus can catch a connecting City Loop train service from Flinders Street Station or catch any of the Yarra Tram Swanston Street services (see below).

    RMIT’s Buildings 108 and 112 in Bourke Street, Building 113 (Capitol Theatre) in Swanston Street and Building 157 in Collins Street are a short walk or tram ride along Swanston Street from either Melbourne Central or Flinders Street stations.

    Tram: Most north-south Melbourne city tram services run along Swanston Street (including routes 1,3,5,6,8,16,64,67 and 72). For those services that run along Elizabeth Street (routes 19, 57, 59) get off at Melbourne Central and walk one block to Swanston Street.

    Commuters traveling east-west on services along Flinders Street (routes 48, 70 and 75), Collins Street (routes 109 and 112) or Bourke Street (routes 86 and 96) can catch a connecting Swanston Street service.

    Bus: Many bus lines offer services connecting to train and tram services listed above. Check Metlink for details of connecting services in your area.



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