For those delegates wishing to see more of Melbourne and Victoria whilst attending WCSF2019, a host of attractions and tours can be found online via the Melbourne Convention Bureau.
See more of Melbourne and Victoria
For more information on general attractions and tours to see Melbourne, please click here.
Melbourne is Australia’s sporting capital, home to world-class football venues
The WCSF2019 Congress Dinner will be held at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium on Thursday 6th June. Marvel Stadium is the most versatile, flexible and technologically advanced stadium in Australia.
For more information click here.
MCG and National Sports Museum
Melbourne is home to the iconic MCG. For tours of the MCG or to visit the National Sports Museum please click here.
Part of the Melbourne and Olympics Parks precinct, AAMI Park is Melbourne’s premier rectangular stadium and alongside Gosch’s Paddock training fields home to the Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Victory, Melbourne City and Melbourne Rebels. More information can be found here.
Victoria University Sport & Exercise Facilities
Victoria University’s College of Sport & Exercise Science’s $68 million high-technology teaching and research facility is located at Footscray Park. The facility is designed with multiple integrated spaces to facilitate interdisciplinary teaching, research, and engagement in the key areas of sport and exercise science.
Our 29 new labs are fitted with the latest technology and equipment. They support world-renowned research undertaken by the Institute for Health & Sport, and are used by professional sports team and community organisations.
WCSF2019 delegates attending selected Friday workshops will visit VU’s world class facilities.