Federation Square (known locally as Fed Square) is a unique cultural precinct in the heart of Melbourne. It's a great place to hang out and watch all the action, take a tour, catch a cruise, wine and dine, or just use the free Wi-Fi. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Victoria. There's always something going on there, with an impressive calendar of events and activities throughout the year.
Fed Square is home to the Melbourne Visitor Centre, ACMI, SBS and NGV Australia's Ian Potter Centre. It has distinctive architecture comprised of geometrical patterns and shards, with zinc, sandstone and glass tiles.
Crowds gather to watch major events live on the giant screen, such as the AFL Grand Final (football), the FIFA World Cup (soccer); or the Australian Open (tennis).
For more activities and events,see what's on at Fed Square
LocationFederation Square2 Swanston StreetMelbourne VIC 3000Show on the mapContact DetailsPhone: 9655 email@example.comFeaturesWheelchair accessible Alternative Access How to get thereGetting around the cityPublic Transport VictoriaParking