1 Market Street, Newport,
Victoria 3015, Australia
(03) 9391 1110
Located in the heart of Newport, The Substation is a stone’s throw away from the banks of the Birrarung (Yarra River).
The Substation is located approximately 200 metres from Newport train station and the Newport Interchange bus stop.
There is ample off-street car parking on both sides of the building, including accessible parking spaces.
There are two bike racks less than 100 metres from the building, as well as a PTV Parkiteer bike cage next to our carpark. We encourage you to use these facilities and to always lock up your bikes.
Visitors may enter The Substation using the ramp at the main entrance. There is an elevator on the ground floor, to the left of the lobby, providing access to levels 1, 2 and 3.
Galleries 2 and 3 each contain two sets of stairs for access to the basement and mezzanine levels.
There are gender-neutral toilets on every level, including accessible toilets on the ground floor and level 1.
We are committed to continually improving our services to ensure our events can be enjoyed by all. If you have specific access requirements (including seating arrangements for events) please get in touch via email@example.com
The Substation is once again excited to invite guests and visitors into the building.
To ensure all visitors to The Substation feel safe and supported when attending events, exhibitions and meetings on-site, we are regularly reviewing and updating our COVIDSafe Plan in response to changing Victorian Government COVID-19 guidelines.
On this page you’ll find a range of safety and hygiene measures that enable a COVID-safe environment. Please review carefully as the guidelines may vary depending on the nature of your visit.
WHAT HEALTH AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS HAVE THE SUBSTATION PUT IN PLACE?
As an event and cultural venue, we are required to record the name and phone number of all visitors to The Substation. A touch-free QR code will be available upon arrival.
Regular cleaning and sanitising of our venue and publicly accessible areas will occur throughout the day. We clean high touch points 2-3 times per day.
You can book tickets online (via our website) or in venue via contactless payment. Our gallery exhibitions are free to visit and bookings are not required.
WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP, BEFORE ENTERING THE BUILDING?
Check-in via QR code
Before entering our venue you’ll be asked to scan a QR code for contact tracing. Please see a member of staff if you do not have access to a smart phone or if you have difficulty checking in using the QR code.
WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP, ONCE INSIDE THE BUILDING?
Wear a mask
All guests and visitors are required to wear a mask while inside our venue. We are aware that some people have medical exemptions for wearing masks and we respect this.
Wash your hands
Hand sanitiser is available upon entry to all venues, events and activity spaces. We also encourage visitors to wash hands regularly with soap, which is supplied in all our bathrooms.
Be mindful of physical distancing
Please ensure you stay at least 1.5 metres from others when moving around our site.
Carefully read our signage
Up-to-date instructions have been carefully placed throughout our building.
This will help you maintain physical distancing, hand hygiene and other guidelines.
WOULD YOU LIKE MORE INFORMATION?
For more information you are welcome to download and read our COVIDSafe Plan or contact us.
Updated 28th July 2021