Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) Acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Narrm, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and to Elders of all First Nations communities that visit MCEC.

Venue induction and safety

Your wellbeing is our top priority. Rest assured, we've implemented all necessary measures to ensure you feel secure and comfortable onsite.

Whether you're an event organiser, contractor, exhibitor or visitor, we've got you covered. We've outlined the easily accessible venue induction process below. And don't worry, if you're new to MCEC, we'll support you through prequalification.

Just visiting? Check out the rest of this page. It's for everyone. You'll see our evacuation procedures, VenueSafe plan and cleaning protocols. We've put these in place in case of any emergencies, so you can feel safe and relaxed.

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Venue induction

Emergency evacuation procedures

VenueSafe Plan

While we have moved beyond the toughest measures, MCEC’s VenueSafe plan remains in place to support safe environments and COVIDSafe best practice.

The guidelines allow events to take place here while mitigating the risk of transmission through scalable control measures.

Read through all the details below or you can download the VenueSafe plan to take with you on the go.

Download our VenueSafe plan
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VenueSafe best practices

Venue safety FAQs

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