“I enjoyed being able to meet a variety of people from different backgrounds but with similar interests.”

Bobbie Cansdale, The University of Sydney

Venue

AMSI BioInfoSummer 2022 will be held in Melbourne from 21-24 November

The main conference will be held at:

Arts West – North Wing (building 148A)
148 Royal Parade
(enter building from Medical Road or Professors Walks)
The University of Melbourne
Parkville Campus VIC 3052

Travel Grants

sponsored by Australian BioCommons

AMSI BioInfoSummer travel grants are available to assist students from AMSI member universities with the cost of their travel and accommodation. Female, First Nations and regional, rural and remote students are encouraged to apply.

Transport

Tram

From Elizabeth Street catch tram number 19 to Stop 11

From Swanston Street catch tram number 1, 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 or 72 to Stop 1 (Melbourne University tram stop)

You can enter your current location and travel destination into the Public Transport Victoria Journey Planner for personalised public transport to The University of Melbourne Parkville campus.

Note: The University of Melbourne is located OUTSIDE of the free tram zone so you will need to tap on with your Myki to pay for your trip.

Train

The closest City Loop station is Melbourne Central. From here you can catch a tram, or walk to campus.

You can enter your current location and travel destination into the Public Transport Victoria Journey Planner for personalised public transport to The University of Melbourne Parkville campus.

Car

Paid public parking is available at three locations within the Parkville campus. A number of other public car parks are also available within walking distance from the Parkville campus.

Visit https://about.unimelb.edu.au/news-resources/campus-services-and-facilities/transport-and-parking/parking-on-campus for parking details.