Useful Telephone Numbers
Emergency Fire Police Ambulance
Public transport and timetables
Silver Top Taxis
Travel with Myki
Myki is your ticket to travel on trains, tram and buses in Melbourne and many parts of regional Victoria. You can top up your myki at hundreds of shops (including all 7-Eleven stores), myki machines, station ticket offices or online.
Up-to-date travel and ticket information can be found here: http://ptv.vic.gov.au/
Free Tram Zone
The Free Tram Zone in Melbourne's CBD makes it easier for commuters and tourists to move around the city. The principal boundaries of the Free Tram Zone are Spring Street, Flinders Street and La Trobe Street. Additionally, the tram routes along Victoria Street, William Street and Elizabeth Street that surround Victoria Market are also included as well as the Docklands area.All stops within the zone are clearly marked and tram drivers will make regular announcements when approaching the zone boundaries. Zone boundaries are signed and free tram zone maps are across the network. If your tram journey is exclusively within the zone, travel is free, meaning you do not need to touch on with a myki. If your journey begins or ends outside of the zone you must touch on with a valid myki when boarding the tram.
Tram Stop 7: RMIT University is accessible by the following routes
1: East Coburg to South Melbourne Beach
3: Melbourne University to East Malvern
5: Melbourne University to Malvern
6: Moreland to Glen Iris
16: Melbourne University to Kew
64: Melbourne University to East Brighton
72: Melbourne University to Camberwell
Shops vary in their opening hours but, generally, city shops and major suburban shopping centres are open:
0900 - 1800 Monday to Wednesday
0900 - 2100 Thursday and Friday
0900 - 1700 Saturday
1000 - 1700 Sunday
Banks in Australia are open from 0930 to 1600 Monday to Thursday and 0930 to 1700 on Fridays. Most banks are closed on weekends; however, some banks in major cities open for limited hours on Saturday. Currency exchange facilities are available at the airport and most major hotels and city banks and bureaux de change. Automatic teller machines (ATMs) are available at a wide variety of outlets.
A Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 10% applies to all consumer goods and is included in retail prices. All fees are quoted in Australian Dollars and are subject to GST. In some cases, the GST is able to be claimed back on exiting the country. Full details can be found here.
Please provide details of any special diet, special needs or disability assistance required when you register.
Service charges are not added to accounts by hotels and restaurants. You may tip taxi drivers, hotel porters and restaurant wait-staff (up to 10% of the bill) if you wish to acknowledge exceptional service. At all times, tipping is your choice.
In the event of industrial disruption, the meeting organisers cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred by delegates. The program is correct at the time of printing; however, the organisers reserve the right to alter the program, if and as is deemed necessary.
02 August 2020
Paper submission deadline
02 August 2020
Special session proposals
23 August 2020
16 September 2020
Notification of paper acceptance
27 September 2020
Early Bird closes
30 September 2020
Final camera-ready papers
16 November 2020
17- 19 November