Web Room Booking (WRB) for staff is now open for bookings and requests for Semester one.
Please make sure you abide by the process outlined on the Attending Campus page: https://www.unimelb.edu.au/coronavirus/attending-campus, including registering your event, formal approval to attend campus and everyone attending will need to complete the online training and the relevant health declarations.
Venue hire options
Venues booked through Venue Management
Venue Management are responsible for booking shared teaching spaces on the Parkville campus, including:
- Shared lecture theatres and tutorial rooms
- Meeting rooms: Old Physics Meeting Rooms
- Specialised venues: Wilson Hall, Union Hall (Grand Buffet Hall), the Open Stage and the Yasuko Hiraoko Myer Room
- Outdoor Spaces
Shared teaching spaces
These are the lecture theatres, tutorial rooms and collaborative learning spaces that are primarily for the use of teaching, research and engagement activities, but can be booked by other parties during non-teaching periods or at other times if available.
Venue Management (Academic Services) manages all ad-hoc bookings in these venues.
Shared teaching spaces and specifications
This list is maintained by Learning Spaces
Large Lecture Theatres for hire
To view a list of large lecture theatres available for hire, please see this document.
These are the spaces on Parkville campus reserved primarily for activities associated with University administration. They can also be booked by external organisations subject to availability.
If you are unable to secure a booking in one of these venues, other venues with similar attributes may be available. The Graduate Centre is another alternative.
Most meeting rooms at the University are booked through Outlook calendars and are allocated to the departments occupying the building.
Shared Meeting Room Details:
- Jim Potter, Old Physics Building
Seats up to 30 and fitted out with audio-visual equipment and electronic whiteboard.
- Private Dining Room, Union House
Seats up to 30, but does not have any AV equipment.
- Raymond Priestley Room, Union House
Seats up to 40, but does not have any AV equipment.