For matters regarding advocacy and national engagement strategy:
Nicole Beyer, Executive Director
For membership and peer-learning groups:
Simone Schinkel, General Manager
For TNA program and events, and ASSITEJ sector strategy:
Bethany Simons, Program Director
For Victorian Independent Producers Initiative (VIPI) enquiries:
Rani Pramesti, VIPI Program Producer
For communications related matters, and Circus and Physical Theatre sector strategy:
Jamie Lewis, Communications Manager
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(03) 9947 1015
Theatre Network Australia,
G5 / 152 Sturt St
Southbank VIC 3006
Coming to visit
Theatre Network Australia is located at the Guild, on the ground floor of 152 Sturt Street, Southbank, in the Arts Precinct.
From Sturt Street, we are next to the SES building. There is a large distinctive red flower sculpture on the façade of the apartment building.
Our office is Suite 5, on your left when heading towards Moore St, almost at the end of the walkway (Moore St runs parallel to Sturt St, so you will need to past Melbourne Fringe, Godot Cafe, and NIDA).
At the entrance there is a doorbell and our office is fully accessible for wheelchair users. Toilets are part of the Guild common area, and are located next to the cafe.
We are often out and about, so give us a call first to make sure we’re here.
By Public Transport
- Route 1 (high-floor tram): Stop 18, Grant Street and Sturt Street (not an accessible stop) or Stop 17, Sturt St & Southbank Bvd (level access stop).
- Route 5, 6, 16 or 72 (partly serviced by low-floor trams): Stop 17, Grant St – Police Memorial (level access stop).
- Route 3, 64 or 67 (high-floor tram): Stop 17, Grant St – Police Memorial (level access stop).
- Wander over from any train, bus or tram that takes you to Flinders St Station – approx 20min walk.
There is limited paid and free 1-hour and 2-hour parking (including accessible parking spaces) available near our office, on Sturt Street and surrounding areas.