Fed Square Behind the Scenes
Fed Square is the cultural heartland of Melbourne and its uniquely Australian architecture, inspired by local Indigenous designs and tradition, is both tastefully respectful and strikingly inspired. Deep beneath the iconic Fed Square is an extraordinary network of tunnels and trenches, hidden away from the public. We invite you to join us underneath the city streets to experience the unique space.
Behind the scenes tour unearthing hidden locations not normally accessible to the public including Labyrinth, The Edge, Alfred Deakin Rooftop, North and Central Trench.
Either side of the behind the scenes tour, why not check out the Anything But Square Under Surveillance program? Featuring a large sculpture called The Eyes, the program takes place in the square along with films, DJ performances, food freebies and more.
Images: (1) Fed Square. Photo: Courtesy Fed Square
Time & Date
Tours run 10am, 11.30am, 1.15pm & 2.45pm
Running 75 minutes in groups of 15 people
This event is booked out and the waitlist exhausted.
Cnr Swanston Street and Flinders Street, Melbourne 3000