Fed Square is Melbourne’s focal point for arts, architecture, culture, nature and is the beating heart of the City of Melbourne.
Home to The Edge, ACMI, The Koori Heritage Trust, Ian Potter Museum, renowned restaurants and bars and of course, Zinc, Fed Square is widely recognised as Melbourne’s “town Square”.
This natural meeting place serves as the gateway to Melbourne’s famous sporting and entertainment precinct including the MCG, Melbourne Park and AAMI Park. It is also the link between the Arts precinct (NGV, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Theatre Company, Melbourne Recital Centre and ACCA) and the city itself.
Sitting on the river level, with its prime Yarra River frontage, sweeping parkland and city views, Zinc’s unparalleled setting is equal parts breathtaking and accessible.
Those commuting by train, tram, taxi or foot can take a short stroll along the river on Princes Walk, admiring the views of some of Melbourne’s most treasured landmarks – Princes Bridge, the Arts Centre spire, Royal Botanical Gardens, Birrarung Marr, historic Boathouse row and Fed Square.
Ample paid car parking is available at the adjacent Wilson Parking Federation Square, mere footsteps from the venues entrance.Read Less