Getting There

The annual Buddha’s Day and Multicultural Festival is held at Federation Square, opposite Flinders Street Station; a perfect location to utilise sustainable transport.

Help us reduce the environmental footprint of the festival – catch a bus, tram or train; ride a bike or walk to this year’s Buddha’s Day and Multicultural Festival.

1. Public Transport

Travelling to the Buddha’s Day and Multicultural Festival on public transport is easy with the PTV Journey Planner. Please go to the following Link

PTV Journey Planner

2. Bike

Get on your bike and take the healthy route to Federation Square. Fed Square has free bike racks located around the site of the Festival.

Swanston St (near Transport Hotel) 5 racks
Flinders St (in front of ACMI) 13 racks
Flinders St (in front of the National Design Centre) 7 racks
Russell St (near the roundabout ) 6 racks
River Terrace (near Zinc @ Federation Square) 5 racks
Level 3 Car Park (west end) 15 racks
Bicycle Victoria website

3. On Foot

The Buddha’s Day and Multicultural Festival is held at Federation Square, located within the heart of the Melbourne and within walking distance to Melbourne’s major attractions.

4. Accessibility

The Melbourne Mobility Centre is located on the first floor of the Federation Square Car Park (ground level, adjacent to the Art Play playground). The centre is dedicated to improving access for everyone – loaning mobility equipment including wheelchairs, scooters, walking frames and children’s strollers.

5. Accommodation

If you are visiting Melbourne, visit our Festival accommodation page to look at your options by clicking here. Alternatively, you can use trivago to find accommodation close to Federation Square.