30 Royal Parade, Parkville
The Dax Centre is situated on the ground floor of the Melbourne Brain Centre at 30 Royal Parade in the Kenneth Myer Building of the University of Melbourne.
03 9349 2538
The Dax Centre welcomes individuals and groups. We provide tailored tours for teachers, students, professionals, and community groups.
Travelling to Dax
The Dax Centre is on the west side of Royal Parade, Melbourne near Grattan Street.
Metered parking is available on Royal Parade.
The Kenneth Myer Building has underground parking with fees of $12.50 for four hours or $25 all day to midnight.
Private Bus Parking is available at Wilson Hall, University of Melbourne.
Take Number 19 Tram from Elizabeth Street, City and get off at Stop 11.
The Dax Centre is immediately across Royal Parade from the tram stop.
No photography is allowed without prior arrangement with The Dax Centre.
When you are at The Dax Centre:
Please enter The Dax Centre from Genetics Lane. You access Genetic Lane from Royal Parade, walk down Genetics Lane (alongside the Kenneth Myer Building away) and you will find The Dax Centre entry on your right.
Cloaking facilities will not be available so please do not bring large items of luggage with you.
We encourage you to use the hand-sanitiser provided on arrival.
Cleaning of shared spaces is undertaken daily.
All Staff and Volunteers are trained in maintaining health and hygiene protocols.
We will continue to be guided by the Victorian Government’s health guidelines and will provide updates to this.
The Dax Centre acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as traditional custodians of the land on which it operates. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging, and value the rich history, unbroken culture and ongoing connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to country. The Dax Centre values diversity. We are committed to proving a safe, culturally appropriate, and inclusive service for all people, regardless of their ethnicity, faith, disability, sexuality, or gender identity.
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