What you need to know

The Clocktower Centre is now open!

Clocktower Centre

The Clocktower Centre is now open and welcoming back patrons for live performances, music and events, as well as a bite to eat at the Clocktower Café.

Morning Music will return on Tuesday, 9 November with the popular Rodgers & Hammerstein show and the first Club Clocktower performance will follow later in the week, featuring Mama Alto on Friday, 12 November.

The Clocktower Centre will host a Reopening Celebration on Sunday, 21 November where community members will enjoy a day of free performances including Into the Mandala, Sounds of Silent and Sonya Veronica Trio!

The Clocktower Centre will resume standard operating hours, Monday-Friday, and one hour before most performances:

  • Clocktower Centre (the building) 8am to 4pm
  • Clocktower Café 8am to 2pm
  • Box Office 10am to 4pm

The Clocktower Centre will reopen to the public in Phase C of Victoria’s Roadmap.

 Throughout phases B, C and D of the roadmap, parts for the economy will be accessible to people who are fully vaccinated.  This includes the Clocktower Centre.

To comply with public health directions, we need to sight proof of vaccination status of all visitors.

Visitors need to take note of the conditions of entry

  • Show proof of COVID-19 vaccination status if over the age of 16.
  • Check in upon entry, or provide your details to assist with contact tracing.
  • Ensure physical distancing: Please adhere to social distancing instructions and maximum safe capacities of each space within the Clocktower Centre.
  • Practice good hygiene: Hand sanitiser and washing facilities are available for use.
  • Wear a face mask inline with public health directions.
  • Do not enter the Clocktower Centre if you are feeling unwell or displaying the following symptoms
    • Fever
    • Chills or sweats
    • Cough
    • Sore throat
    • Shortness of breath
    • Runny nose
    • Loss or change in sense of smell or taste