The Mint Car Park at 280 William Street has reopended for business (as of Monday 09 Dec 2019).
Working Heritage welcomes you back and thanks you for your patience during the William Street tram works. We also take this opportunity to thank you for your ongoing patronage in enabling us to restore and reactivate heritage properties on Crown land in Victoria through the fees you pay to park at the Royal Mint Car Park.
Jack's Magazine was the venue for three performances of DOPPLER, as part of the 2019
Due West Arts Festival.
The performances were, individually and collectively, magnificent, ethereal and hauntingly divine.
DOPPLER, a newly-commissioned work for ensemble and electronics, will be presented by the Australian Creative Music Ensemble (ACME).
Georgie Darvidis – vocals
Joshua Kyle – vocals
Reuben Lewis – trumpet and electronics
Alistair McLean – electronics and spatialisation
James McLean – percussion
Ryan Williams – recorders
Composers: Alistair McLean & Joseph O’Connor
The performances took place on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November 2019.
Public parking is available at the Mint Car Park at
280 William Street, Melbourne – directly behind the grand Former Royal Mint building. We are located opposite Flagstaff Station in Melbourne’s legal precinct.
Fees from the car park contribute directly to Working Heritage's programs and projects to support the conservation and management of heritage places throughout Victoria!
Car parks are available for both permanent and casual customers.
Payment for parking is now via EFTPOS only.
Casual weekday rates:
Monday to Friday
Casual weekend rate:
The Mint Car Park will be closed from 4am Saturday 23rd November to 5am Monday 9th December 2019 due to PTV tram stop upgrade works.
t: 9600 1667
Former Royal Melbourne Mint
280 William Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
PO Box 13287
Law Courts Post Office
277 William Street
Melbourne VIC 8010
Permanent and casual parking
is available at the Mint Car Park,
280 William Street, Melbourne.