Mill & Bakery a charming artisan bread house, is located right on the waterfront. The only bakery in Melbourne to mill its own flour, it creates all it’s bread products onsite as well as a range of house-made sauces and condiments. Mill & Bakery also offers baking classes.
Providing an unforgettable experience in a superb location, Alumbra is a cocktail bar and nightclub with stunning views of Victoria Harbour. Perfect for after work drinks or dancing the night away, pop in to see spectacular Melbourne sunsets.
Meet Mama Rumaan, a fierce Arabic mama who has taken up residence on Central Pier in Melbourne’s Docklands. Causing disruption in the tranquil, waterfront suburb, Mama Rumaan has rebelled against the norm with the creation of her Middle-Eastern style canteen.
The Woolshed is a stunning waterfront bar and restaurant in the Docklands that boasts a beautiful view of Melbourne’s harbour and cityscape. Enjoy some intimacy with your friends over some drinks in the fireside room, or get a breath of fresh air as you take in the sights of the harbour view room.
The opulent and sophisticated Sketch is a stunning event space, with glass-mirrored bar and feature wall elegantly reflecting views of the water from its floor-to-ceiling windows.
With hand-etched floorboards, luxurious fabrics, rich metal latticework and splashes of vibrant fuchsia, Sumac blends Moroccan décor with classically opulent high ceilings, rich hues and sweeping curtains.
With an earthy yet elegant ambience, MAIÀ features a shipping-crate inspired bar, original loading doors, cathedral-style ceilings, expansive windows and generous natural light.
One of Melbourne’s most expansive event spaces, Peninsula features nine metre ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and a stunning 66-metre chandelier – the longest in the southern hemisphere.
Atlantic Group is a premier venue, catering and event management specialist with a refined focus on challenging hospitality industry norms through innovation across corporate and social celebrations, off site catering expertise, restaurant cuisine and bar ambience.
Central Pier operate a valet car service from 4pm, 7 days a week. The fee is $20 per car Sunday to Thursday, $30 per car Friday and Saturday.
Self parking on Central Pier is available during the day, 7 days a week with patrons out by 4pm for a fee of $17 per car. Please note, the car park has limited spaces available.
In the evenings, guests visiting our event venues, restaurants and bars and wishing to self park, should proceed to Etihad Stadium. Car park rate of $15 per car on non Etihad event days apply (after 5pm).
For Etihad Event Days, clients can arrange pre-purchased car parking vouchers at a packaged discounted rate. If you would like to organise pre-purchased tickets or car parking vouchers, please speak to your event representative who can contact Central Pier
Inside Etihad stadium car park, guests visiting Central Pier should proceed to the yellow parking bays, on parking level B3. Access from Etihad stadium to Central Pier is directly across the road via an undercover and secure car park tunnel. Parking in the yellow bays is subject to availability.
Drop off at Central Pier is available to assist patrons travelling with the elderly, children or disabled guests. Parking rates at Etihad Stadium are subject to change at their discretion. For more information, please visit www.etihadstadium.com.au
Enter the Etihad Stadium car park via Car Park A in Bourke Street.
The pedestrian tunnel leading to Harbour Esplanade and Central Pier is located near the yellow area of the car park on parking level B3.
Guests should follow the Harbour Esplanade overhead signage, as this will direct you to the secure undercover tunnel that leads to Central Pier. The tunnel is located near the yellow area of the car park on parking level B3.
Southbound traffic wanting to access Harbour Esplanade should travel east into Dudley Street and then south into Wurundjeri Way (behind Etihad Stadium) then towards Docklands into Bourke Street and right into Harbour Esplanade.
Northbound traffic or travelling from Charles Grimes Bridge wanting to access Harbour Esplanade should travel through Batman’s Hill district onto Wurundjeri Way and onto Bourke Street and right into Harbour Esplanade.
Cars should avoid travelling via La Trobe Street to access Harbour Esplanade or will be required to make a U turn at Bourke Street to access Central Pier.
Catch the free City Circle Tram to docklands or take one of the following city trams:
No. 30 via La Trobe Street
No. 31 via Collins Street
No. 48 & No. 70 via Flinders Street
No. 86 via Bourke Street
Southern Cross Station (formerly Spencer Street Station) is Melbourne’s main rail interchange for suburban, regional, and interstate trans and is located right on Docklands’ doorstep.
At Southern Cross Station, exit at the northern end to walk over the Bourke Street Pedestrian Bridge to Harbour Esplanade. Alternatively, exit the station on the corner of Spencer and Collins Streets, and walk over the Collins Street Bridge to Docklands Park.
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