Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)

This impressive rust-covered angular building is in a quiet area – but well worth venturing to.

It showcases international and local artists within this single floor building.

Entry is free & the building is 100% accessible. There’s a disabled park directly out the front.


Entirely Step-free / Accessible Toilets (GR)

October 2017

From the website –

“The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art is an Australian flagship contemporary art space, and a leading centre for the artistic and wider communities to participate in a critically engaged contemporary art culture that encourages curiosity and transformation.

Established in Melbourne in 1983 and now situated in an iconic award-winning architecturally designed building in the Southbank arts precinct, ACCA develops exhibitions exploring the ideas and work of significant artists from around the world, commissions ambitious new works by local and international artists, and delivers a range of curatorial, education and public programs including talks, lectures, symposia, performances, screenings, music and events.

Renowned for the outstanding quality of its programs, and its capacity to bring inspiring Australian and international art to audiences, ACCA is a champion of new art and bold ideas, and a dynamic platform for current and future generations of artists, thinkers, enthusiasts and supporters of the visual arts.”

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)
111 Sturt Street, Southbank VIC 3006
(03) 9697 9999