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Blindside is committed to providing a safe, accessible and welcoming environment for all attendees.

COVID protocols

We ask that you respect the health and safety of our community and join us in:
Practicing COVID-safe hygiene including making use of the hand sanitiser we will have available.
Recording your 'check-in' via the Service Victoria app.
Providing proof of vaccination against COVID-19, via a:
• COVID-19 Digital Certificate uploaded to the Services Victoria app
• COVID-19 Digital Certificate uploaded to your digital 'wallet'
• Official Australian Immunisation Register certificate,
• Printed COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate,
• Medical exemption with a valid, original letter signed and issued by a specified medical practitioner class ID.

As an arts organisation, we are required to follow the current Victorian Government guidelines and have the right to refuse entry to someone who cannot or will not show proof of vaccination.

Please do not visit if you are feeling unwell or are displaying any COVID-19 symptoms as identified by the DHHS; you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days or are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test; you are required to quarantine or self-isolate by the DHHS; or if you have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days before your intended date of visit.

Thanks.

Access

There are two automatic-door entrances to the building, which give direct access to Cathedral Arcade and the building’s three elevators. Building Entrance 1 is on Swanston Street and is at street level, Building Entrance 2 is on Flinders Lane via some steps.

Blindside is on the seventh floor in Rooms 13 and 14. When exiting the elevator at Level 7, turn right and go through the glass door furthest from the elevators. Blindside is located at the end of this corridor.

The Nicholas Building does not have a wheelchair-accessible toilet on-site. The closest accessible toilets can be found on the ground floor at City Library on Flinders Lane.

Support dogs and other animals are welcome - please note, they will need to be kept on a leash at all times.

The closest tram stop is Town Hall/Collins St, which services a number of trams. There are on-street disabled parking bays along Flinders Lane.

If you have additional accessibility questions or require tailored support, don't hesitate to email info@blindside.org.au

Blindside

Nicholas Building
Level 7, Room 14
37 Swanston Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Australia

+61 (3) 9650 0093
info@blindside.org.au

Tuesday to Saturday 12–6pm

The gallery is closed on public holidays and every third Tuesday for install. Opening and event times are posted in advance via social media, e-news as well as listed on the exhibition page.