Bunjil Place Theatre

location marker 2 Patrick NE Drive, Narre Warren, Victoria, 3805.

Bunjil Place unites world-class facilities in one unique space. It houses venues for the performing and visual arts, meeting and function rooms, an award-winning public library and a variety of civic services, all brought together under one spectacular roof.


The Plaza is fully accessible with ramps to the main entrance doors. The main facilities are on the ground level but the Theatre and Studio areas are also fully accessible with ramps and seating options.

The lift is located on the ground level just to the right of the cafe. The lift will take you up to the first level to access the Theatre, Dress Circle seating or the Meeting Rooms. 

There are fully accessible toilets, including an adult change room with hoist, shower and seat, toilet rails and a lowered sink. There is also an accessible gender-neutral toilet. 

The Theatre operates via the hearing loop (also called an induction loop). It uses an electromagnetic field to broadcast the audio signal to any visitor or participant with a cochlear implant, telecoil (t-coil) or loop receiver. The t-coil picks up the audio signal and delivers it to the user. There is no need for extra equipment. You will need to switch over your aid to the t-switch/t-coil to access the audio.

For more information, please visit the Bunjil Place website.


If you’re driving, you can get to us via the Monash and South Gippsland Freeways and the Princes Highway. The venue is approximately half an hour from Frankston, Ringwood, Pakenham and the middle-ring suburbs, and 40 minutes on the M1 from the CBD. 

Bunjil Place has a variety of parking options at the precinct. From all day parking, two hour and three hour parking.  

Five minute drop-off/pick-up and accessible parking bays are located on Patrick Northeast Drive.

If you’re using public transport, jump on the Pakenham Line to Narre Warren Station. The venue is a 15 minute stroll or short local bus ride to Westfield Fountain Gate, just down the road. 

For more information, visit Public Transport Victoria’s website