Nomad Tea Festival prides itself on being a safe, inclusive & accessible space. If you have any special requests regarding accessibility, please contact us prior to your visit. The festival is in transitioning to make the festival more accessible by enhancing web accessibility and the venue accessibility.
DAY 2 : MARKET, WORKSHOP, PERFORMANCE, SHOWCASE
The Day 2 will be at the Loop Bar in Melbourne CBD
23 Meyers Pl,
Melbourne VIC 3000
Loops’ front entrance and side entrance are wheelchair accessible. Enter Meyers Place (Laneway) via Bourke Street or Little Collins Street. Entry to the performance spaces are also accessible via the side door.
There is a Wilson Carpark at the rear of the venue and in Meyers Place including disability access.
DROP OFF /PICK UP
There is a drop off and pick up point for Cars, Ubers and Taxis at the front of Bourke Street. Meyers Place Laneway is also accessible by vehicle up to the bollards, only a few metres from the Loop front entrance.
CBD MOBILITY MAP
To plan your trip, please download the CBD Mobility Map.
VIEW MOBILITY MAP
GETTING HERE BY TRAIN
Wheelchair access is available on all Melbourne metropolitan trains. Loop is a few hundred metres from Parliament Station. There is a lift entrance at the junction of Spring, Lonsdale and Nicholson Streets, three escalators, a lift to the platforms, and steps leading to street level. Please note the Spring Street lift is closest to Loop.
VIEW JOURNEY PLANNER
GETTING HERE BY TRAM
The number 96 tram from Flinders Street to East Brunswick passes right past the Bourke Street stop at the entrance to Meyers Place and are generally operated with a low floor for wheelchair accessibility. You should get off at stop no. 9. There is also a FREE City Circle number 35 tram that stops on Spring Street outside Parliament Station***Please note: the City Circle tram is not wheelchair accessible.
GETTING HERE BY BUS
Buses stop on Little Bourke St/exhibition Street. please note there is a 3-4 min walk to Loop.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE BATHROOMS
Loop has wheelchair accessible bathroom facilities.
Loop has gender neutral bathrooms.
Nomad Tea Festival is looking into booking an Auslan interpreter.
GUIDE DOGS AND SERVICE DOGS
Guide dogs and service dogs are welcome in our venue. Please speak to one of our team if you require assistance or water for your guide dog. Please contact the festival if you have any concerns around noise, strobe or flashing lighting for a show you are attending.
SEATING FOR PEOPLE WITH DIFFICULTY STANDING
Loop has flexible seating. Please contact to arrange special seating requirements prior to your visit.