233 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne

Where is Our studio located?

Our 233 Clarendon Street studio is located on Clarendon Street just a few doors up from the Clarendon Hotel. You will find us next door to stokers, just opposite Bricklane Bagels. 

How to get to our studio?

Our studio is a 10 – 15 minute Uber / Taxi from the CBD. If you are around the Docklands area we are only a 12 minute walk from the Crown Casino/MCEC. If you are taking public transport the no. 12 tram stops just a 1 minute walk away. 

Where is the studio located?

What does Our studio look like?

Our studio boasts a large glass frontage to provide plenty of natural light into the studio. We have an awning sign above the studio entrance so you can’t miss us. Our studio is located on ground level for easy access and is wheelchair accessible with an accessible bathroom too – there is just a small lip up into the studio. 

What materials does Our studio supply?

Our studio provides glassware (wine glasses, champagne flutes & tumblers), tapas plates and bottle openers for our guests to use. We also have a fridge available to keep your drinks cool.

All art materials are provided, including a tabletop easel, 40 x 50 cm canvas, apron, paint, brushes, a paper plate and a cup to clean your brushes.

Is there Onsite parking?

We do not have onsite parking at our studio. There is street parking available on and around Clarendon Street, but empty spaces can be difficult to find. We suggest taking public transport to our studio, if possible. If you do need to park, there is the Clarendon Centre which provide 1.5 hours of free parking between 6am – 9pm. There is paid parking at Melbourne Square, the Entrance is off Kavanaugh Street open from 7am – 11pm.

Is there parking onsite?

How many guest fit in Our studio?

Our 233 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne studio fits 46 people, as standard. Our typical studio set up in 3 tables of 12 and a single table of 10.

Is there a bottleshop close by?

Yes, LiquorLand is the closet bottle shop located in the Clarendon Centre, just a few shops down from the studio. If you are looking for an even larger range of drinks you will find Dan Murphy’s on Market Street.

Is there a bottleshop close by?