6 July 2024

VOSA-ASME Vic “Winter Power Surge” Accessibility Details

Written by: Vic Admin

VOSA and ASME Vic Present
Winter Power Surge
2 day mini conference

VOSA and ASME Vic are delighted to be partnering with to present a two day mini conference for Primary teachers in the July school holidays.

Join a wonderful range of highly experienced music educators to help invigorate you for the second half of the teaching year, focusing on active classroom music ideas, using marimbas and how to develop a thriving classroom music education program in your school.

Join us for just one day or the full two day conference!

Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 July
9.30am – 3.45pm
Music Studios, University of Melbourne, Faculty of Education
234 Queensberry Street, Carlton

Registrations are now open! Click here for all the details:

With warm regards,

Sue Arney – Chair, ASME Vic
Katie Hull-Brown – Chair, VOSA

VOSA and ASME Vic are committed to providing accessible and inclusive professional development for music educators. A summary of event access is below which will be sent out to registrants before the mini-conference.
Accessibility Summary
Directions to Kwong Lee Dow Building on Google Maps
Public Transport: From the 19 Tram on Elizabeth Street, walk down Pelham Street and then down Barry Street
Metered carparking and disabled carparking nearby
Main entrance on Queensberry St with front steps
Wheelchair accessible entrance on Leicester Street
Event is held on Level 5, access via lift near foyer from main entrance
Accessible bathrooms

Access details

Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 June
Time: sign in 9.00 – 9.30am; start 9.30am
The Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne (formerly the Melbourne Graduate School of Education)
Music Studio Q503, Level 5
Kwong Lee Dow Building,
234 Queensberry Street, Carlton
Google Maps

Directions to the Music Studio:

  • Enter the building via the glass doors at 234 Queensberry Street
  • The lifts will be directly in front of you; take the lift to Level 5
  • Exit the lift and turn right to the Piazza and Music/Drama Studios

Access and Parking

Parking is limited; the best access is via public transport:

  • 10-minute walk from Melbourne Central Station, or
  • A 10-minute walk from trams that run along Swanston and Elizabeth Streets

Nearby parking is available in streets:

  • 2 – 4-hour metered parking, including accessible car parking
  • Use the EasyPay app on your phone or ticket machines on the footpath.
  • NB parking inspectors are vigilant in the area.

All day parking:

  • Closet is on the corner of Grattan and Cardigan Streets
  • Next closest in Exhibition Buildings


  • Main entrance on Queensberry Street with front steps
  • Wheelchair accessible entrance on Leicester Street
  • Event is held on Level 5, access via lift near foyer from main entrance

Sign in

  • When you arrive on level 5, please sign in at the registration desk each day you are attending.


  • Please join us for morning tea and lunch each day. We encourage you to BYO water bottle and a cup/mug for tea and coffee. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements for catering purposes.
  • The nearest coffee shop is “MOFO” at 100 Leicester Street



ASME recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the first musicians, storytellers and educators of this land. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, acknowledging their ongoing connection to land, sky and waterways