Lunch is not provided to delegates. However an extended 1 ½ hour lunch break is provided on each day to allow delegates sufficient time to have lunch at one of the many eateries and restaurants in close vicinity to the Melbourne Convention Centre.
South Wharf discount dining offers
Just outside the Melbourne Convention Centre many of the eateries at South Wharf have special lunch offers for ISCAS delegates only.
Delegates can pre-purchase discounted lunch deals or reserve a table at any of the restaurants on offer. Delegates can show their name badge to the venues to receive the discounted menus for both lunch and dinner.
Click below to view the restaurants and special ISCAS menus on offer and pre-purchase or reserve a table.
Additional eateries near Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
In addition to South Wharf, Melbourne’s famous Crown complex is located a short 10 minute walk down the Yarra River and offers an extensive selection of eateries to suit varying budgets. Delegates can choose from premium and casual restaurants or a food court for those wanting to take away and enjoy the city views on the bank of the Yarra River.
If a quick bite is what you’re after DFO South Wharf is located right beside to the Melbourne Convention Centre and contains a food court with dine-in or takeaway options. Sushi, Chinese, Subway and Health Express are some of the options available.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC)
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf, Victoria 3006 www.mcec.com.au
The centrepiece of Melbourne’s new South Wharf development is the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) – Australia’s most versatile convention and exhibition facility. Visitors looking for a truly Melbourne experience will find it encapsulated here at the centre – art, entertainment, culture, food and wine all set among an absolutely stunning, award-winning architectural design.
As the first, and only, ’6 Star Green Star’ environmentally rated convention centre in the world, the venue represents world leadership in best practice, innovation and sustainability and continues to raise standards to new heights in technology, imaginative catering and service options. The MCEC boasts 52 meeting rooms of various sizes, a banquet hall, a spectacular entry level foyer, and a 5550+ state-of-the-art plenary that can be divided into three self-contained, acoustically separate theatres.
Melbourne – The Most Liveable City In The World
Discover the diversity and beauty of regional Victoria. From world-class wineries to natural springs, the coastal villages of the peninsulas to alpine towns. Drive along one of the many scenic routes, pull on your walking boots and follow tracks and trails, or wander the shops and local produce markets.
Please click here to view Melbourne and Regional Victoria Visitors Guide.
To visit the official Melbourne, Victoria, Australia website please click here.
Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, known as Australia’s Garden State, is situated on the picturesque tree-lined banks of the Yarra River. It is a thriving cosmopolitan city with a unique balance of graceful old and new architecture surrounded by parks and gardens. Melbourne has a wealth of culture, is Australia’s leader in theatre, sport and fashion, and has some of the finest restaurants in the country.
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