when is Mummycon Held in melbourne?
MummyCon will be held on Saturday the 23rd of March, 2019. The Conference and Expo will be held at Box Hill Town Hall, 9am-4.30pm.
Where can I find the session times?
The sessions timetable can be found here. Please note that multiples sessions are run per time slot. Please choose your sessions appropriately. Conference session tickets must be purchased in addition to your entry registration.
Do I need to register for entry?
Yes. But they’re FREE if you register before the event.
Entry on event day is $10 per person, 13 years and older.
Please note: Entry to any Conference session requires a separate session ticket.
Click here to purchase tickets.
Are session seats numbered?
Session seats are not numbered! All you have to do is purchase your tickets, meet your friends there and sit all together while enjoying the speaker presentations.
However, seats in each session are limited, so make sure you get in quick!
Can children come to MUMMYCON?
Of course! Children are welcome, and so are dads, mums, aunts, uncles, grandparents, babysitters and anyone else who helps raise and look after children! Children must be supervised at all times.
Each conference room has a small space for children to play - we do ask that you respect other attendees and keep children as quiet as possible during sessions.
We also have our Family Zone which kids will LOVE!
Can I get something to eat?
You certainly can! Food and coffee etc will be open in the Family Zone.
It is also a short walk/drive to Box Hill Central and surrounding food outlets.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
Limited parking spaces are available at the Box Hill Town Hall. Parking is also available on Whitehorse Road, Bank Street and behind the Box Hill Library. Multilevel car parks are available nearby. Please observe parking restrictions.
The Box Hill Town Hall and Artspace are well serviced by public transport. The Lilydale and Belgrave lines stop at Box Hill Train Station while Tram Route 109 stops just a short walk from the Box Hill Town Hall on Whitehorse Road.
For more information on public transport options, please visit: www.ptv.vic.gov.au
Please refer to the map below for details.