Address: Corner Swanston and Flinders Streets, Melbourne
Opening Hours: 10am to 3pm, Saturday and Sunday
What's Open: Behind the Scenes: Go back of house on this tour below the ground. Learn about the famous architecture and the story about the build, see the famous cooling system known as the Labyrinth and take a peak at the platforms of Flinders Street Station. Visitors will also get an exclusive look at the latest sustainability infrastructure and their very own piece of Fed Square to take home. The Ballot for this tour is now closed
The Fed Square Story: Delve into the fascinating history and design of Federation Square on this tour across the site. Experience the cantilevered marvel of the Atrium, the BMW Edge, the Main Square Amphitheatre and the refurbished bluestones vaults around the river.
Special Note: Tour 1 only - Ballot only - The Ballot is now closed. Tour two Fed Sq Story is still available.
Frequency Of Tours: The Behind the Scenes tour is for six people per hour only. Bookings only via the Open House website: openhousemelbourne.org.
The ballot for tickets on this tour open on July 1.
Tour Two: The Fed Square Story tour for 20 people per hour. Sign up in the Swanston Street Forecourt.
Building Type: Cultural Buildings Cultural Centre
Year Built: 2002
Architect: LAB Architecture in association with Bates Smart
Tram Stops: Stop 13: Federation Square on routes 1, 3, 3a, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72
Stop 5: Swanston Street and Flinders Street on routes 70, 75 and City Circle
Access hidden corridors and unique viewing opportunities behind one of Melbourne's most prominent public spaces.
Architectural Award Winner
Environmentally Sustainable Design
Lines Expected, Arrive Early