Got a question or just
need more info?
With so much happening, you’re bound to have a few
questions. We’ve answered those that get asked most
often below. Plus there’s loads of other important event
info too, including how to get there, to what to wear
and everything in between.
Got a question or just need more info?
With so much happening, you’re bound to have a few questions. We’ve answered those that get asked most often below. Plus there’s loads of other important event info too, including how to get there, to what to wear and everything in between.Find out more
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Telstra Vantage™ 2017 is an ideas, technology and business experience. You’ll create innovative solutions to your business challenges, network with business leaders and Telstra’s experts, and experience the world’s leading technology brands – all under one roof.
A high level agenda is currently available, and more details will be provided in the coming weeks, so watch this space!
Telstra Vantage™ is a private, invitation-only, experience for Telstra customers. Contact your Telstra Account Executive if you are interested in attending.
Already registered? To check or change your information, just login here. You’ll need your reference number, which was emailed to you after you completed your registration.
Telstra Vantage™ 2017 will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) at 1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf, Victoria. Set on the banks of the Yarra River, it’s just a 20-minute drive from Melbourne Airport and a short stroll to the city centre, making it extremely accessible. Find out how to get there:
Catch any of the following trams and get off at the stop opposite the Clarendon Street entrance of MCEC:
- Route 96 – St Kilda to East Brunswick
- Route 109 – Port Melbourne to Box Hill
- Route 112 – West Preston to St Kilda
Alternatively catch tram number 48 or 70 and get off at the Flinders Street stop. Then take a short walk towards the Yarra River, across the Seafarers Bridge. For further tram timetable information and trip planning, visit the Victorian Public Transport website.
Take any train that goes to Southern Cross Station, and then catch tram number 96, 109 or 112 as above. For further train timetable information and trip planning, visit the Victorian Public Transport website.
If you’re driving to MCEC, there are five car parks to choose from. Visit the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre website for information on parking and rates.
Ask the taxi driver to drop you off at the Clarendon Street entrance of MCEC.
Access and facilities for people with disabilities are provided throughout the Centre. All car parks and buildings are wheelchair accessible.
Breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea will all be served in the Telstra Vantage™ Village throughout the event.
The dress code for the event is business casual.
If you have specific accessibility requirements, you can indicate these on the registration form.