The LMT2023 Conference is being hosted by RMIT University City Campus, providing attendees with the exciting opportunity to visit the vibrant city of Melbourne, Australia. As well as benefiting from everything that the conference itself has to offer, attendees will also be able to take advantage of RMIT’s central location and explore the rich cultural, dining, sporting and shopping scenes that Melbourne has to offer.
RMIT University is a world-renowned leader in design, technology and expertise, and is one of the oldest universities in Australia. It has gained a reputation for its excellence in providing both professional and vocational training, in addition to its contributions to applied research and industry, and community engagement.
As an institution that is actively engaged in the materials sciences and technologies sector through both its education and research efforts, RMIT University is the perfect venue for LMT2023. The architectural design and colourful façade of RMIT’s city campus is also a recognisable landmark in the city of Melbourne.
To get the most out of everything that Melbourne has to offer and have time to explore, we recommend that attendees of LMT2023, extend their trip for a few days before or after the conference.
In addition to the endless things to do in Melbourne, just outside of the city you can take daytrips to the wine regions in the Yarra Valley or the Mornington Peninsula. If you’re looking for great surf spots, Philip Island is the place to go or, if you want fantastic dining options and to witness the famous penguin parade, you should head to the Great Ocean Road.
No matter what your interests may be, you’ll undoubtedly be able to find something to satisfy your fancies when you come to visit Melbourne.
Further Information About Visiting Melbourne
We have put together a guide to Melbourne and wider Victoria in order to help you plan your trip to this wonderful city. This handy guide will provide you with all the information you need about where you will be visiting and what to do when you get here.