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Welcome Party | Semester 2

SocialOrientationOff-campus

Kick off a new semester with a night of fun, friends and festivities!

Whether you're a new student eager to make friends or a returning student looking to reconnect with your peers, this is the perfect opportunity to usher in the new semester! It will be an evening filled with music, games and great vibes. Don't miss out on the fun!

Tickets are $20 for grad students and $50 for partners or friends. Your ticket cost includes:

  • entry to the venue
  • unlimited shuffleboard, darts, pool, ping pong, patio and ball pit access
  • light refreshments
  • 3 drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)

This is $60 worth of food, drinks and entertainment at a value price of $20!!

NOTE: This event is strictly for attendees aged 18 and above.

 

Date: Friday, 26 July 2024

Time: 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Venue: Ballers Clubhouse, Level 2, 2 Coverlid Place, Melbourne 3000

(Please read important event information below)

Fri 26 Jul

$20.00 (Student)
$50.00 (Guest)

What to bring

  • your student card
  • government ID
  • comfortable shoes
  • fully charged phone
  • a plan for a safe ride home (e.g. Myki card)

How to get there

The venue address is Ballers Clubhouse, 2 Coverlid Place, Melbourne 3000. Please check in at Level 2.

Parking

Paid parking is available at Wilson Parking (180 Russell St), Mid City parking (179 Little Bourke St) or VIP Parking (138 Little Bourke St).

However, there is very limited, paid street parking available around the venue. We encourage attendees to plan other forms of transportation, especially if you are consuming alcohol.

Public Transportation

Ballers Clubhouse is approximately an 8 minute walk from Parliament Station.

From Clayton Campus: Take the 601 Bus one stop to Huntingdale Station. Board the Cranbourne/Pakenham line on platform 1 heading towards the city (City Loop Service). Exit the train at Parliament Station on Lonsdale Street and walk 8 minutes to Ballers Clubhouse via Little Bourke Street.

From Caulfield Campus: From Caulfield Station, board the Cranbourne/Pakenham OR Frankston line heading towards the city. Exit the train at Parliament Station on Lonsdale Street and walk 8 minutes to Ballers Clubhouse via Little Bourke Street.

Arriving at the venue

From Little Bourke Street, follow the rainbow walkway to the Ballers Clubhouse entrace on Coverlid Place. Once inside, there are stairs or an elevator on the left to take you to the event space. Please check in at Level 2.

Terms and Conditions

  • Full terms and conditions are available here
  • Early Bird Ticket Draw Competition terms & conditions here
  • Social Media Giveaway terms & conditions here

Venue Requirements

Due to Ballers Clubhouse liquor licensing laws, any minors under the age of 18 years old will not be permitted entry into the venue from 7pm. All attendees are encouraged to bring government identification with them in case requested by the venue.

 

MGA Health and Wellbeing Guidelines for Events 

  • Attend only when well: If you are feeling unwell or exhibiting flu-like symptoms, we kindly ask that you do not attend the event. 
  • Practice good hygiene: Please maintain good hygiene practices. This includes regular hand washing or using the hand sanitizer which will be readily available at the venue.
  • Mask availability: Masks will be available for attendees who request them. 

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Got a question or request about anything at all? Get in contact with one of our staff members – we’d love to hear from you. Alternatively, drop by the MGA office at Clayton or Caulfield so we can help!

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