Eye and Ear on the Park is located on the corner of St Andrews Place and Lansdowne Street (the former Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre). This can be easily accessed by car and public transport.

Getting here


Our clinics are open from 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. Our Emergency Department is opened 24 hours, 7 days a week.


Eye and Ear on the Park
2 St Andrews Place,
East Melbourne
Victoria 3002 Australia

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Phone: 03 9929 8666

Fax: 03 9663 7203

Patient drop off and pick up

The main entrance to Eye and Ear on the Park is located on St Andrews Place. The building has been designed for wheelchair access with short term parking and on-site parking available (see parking for more information).

Public transport


Parliament Railway Station is a 500 metre walk from Ear and Ear on the Park. Use the Macarthur Street exit, cross Macarthur Street at the pedestrian lights and walk along St Andrews Place.


Tram numbers: 10, 11, 12, 109
The nearest stop is stop 10, from which you can walk along St Andrews Place.


The closest bus stop to Eye and Ear on the Park is the stop that also services the Main Hospital. For more information on buses please refer to the transport information for the Main Hospital.

For more information on public transport, contact Public Transport Victoria (PTV) on 1800 800 007 or visit www.ptv.vic.gov.au


A taxi telephone booking service is available near the Admission Desk on Ground Floor.


Parking is available on-site for patients and visitors at a reasonable cost. The car park entrance is located on Lansdowne Street, near the corner of St Andrews Place. Lifts operate at levels P1 and P3 of the car park. Patients or visitors with accessibility issues should use the car parking bays next to the lifts on CP1 and CP3. Access to the car park from the hospital is available from the lift opposite the main enquiry desk.

The pay station is located on Ground Floor.

On street parking

Metered street parking surrounding the hospital is limited to one and two hours and parking officers regularly patrol the area. At the end of the allocated time period, you must move your car to another bay. Simply putting more money in the meter may result in you incurring a fine.

As at any medical facility, delays are possible. We recommend that you allow plenty of time for your appointment or treatment. Be sure to carefully read the parking signs and not overstay the limit shown on the sign.