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Accessibility and inclusion

Accessibility and inclusion

We do everything we can to make our events and material as inclusive and accessible as possible. This is an ever-evolving process, so we welcome any ideas, comments, suggestions or responses you wish to share that might help us continue to deliver programming that is truly for everybody by emailing

Expressions of interest for the 2024/2025 program will open in July.

Auslan interpreter 

Need an Auslan interpreter? We can book one for you for individual events. If you would like to attend an event and require an Auslan interpreter, or another form of audio accessibility, email us at, please note we require a minimum of one week’s notice in advance. There are very few qualified Auslan interpreters in the industry, so we cannot guarantee their availability. 

Headphones, tablets and other devices used to assist with communication are welcome.

wheelchair access

There is wheelchair access from the paved paths in the park to MPavilion 2023, with a short distance on the grass to reach the structure.

From the nearest parking/taxi drop-off point on St Kilda Road, it is approximately 60 steps to reach the MPavilion. 

Information on how to get to MPavilion can be found here.

accessible toilet

Accessible bathrooms are located in the Queen Victoria Gardens on Linlithgow Avenue.

A Changing Places toilet is located at Hamer Hall (100 St Kilda Road Southbank) on Level 3, near the south lift, and users are asked to bring their Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK) to open the door.


Limited seating is available inside MPavilion, with extra seating added for scheduled events. Please inform onsite staff if you have essential seating requirements. If you have accessibility requirements—including audio and visual requirements—or if you need to reserve seating for individual events, please email us in advance at

assistance animals

Assistance animals are always welcome to accompany owners to events at MPavilion.

Wominjeka (Welcome). We acknowledge the people of the Eastern Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which MPavilion stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present – and recognise they have been creating, telling stories and caring for Country for thousands of generations.

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