OPENING HOURS

Gallery Hours
Wednesday—Sunday
11am—5pm

Centre for Contemporary Photography is currently closed to the public. We look forward to joining you in January 2022! You can keep on top of our reopening via our mailing list, or by following our Instagram.

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Find CCP at

404 George Street, Fitzroy
VIC 3065, Australia

T +61 39417 1549
E info@ccp.org.au

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Yarra Tram 11 via Brunswick Street
Yarra Tram 86 via Smith Street
Buses 200, 201, 205, 207 via Johnston St

PARKING

Limited, short-term parking is available in the immediate vicinity.

PUBLIC HEALTH

The health and safety of our community is always our priority. We ask that you join us in:
— Maintaining physical distancing measures and avoiding close quarters interactions.
— Wearing masks unless exempt.
— Practicing COVID-safe hygiene including making use of the hand sanitiser we will have available.
— Recording your 'check-in' with us 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, or a medical exemption with a valid, original letter signed and issued by a specified medical practitioner class ID.

For more information visit this link.

Wheelchair Access

CCP galleries and bathrooms are accessible by wheelchair.

Students with Disabilities

CCP is committed to offering inclusive programs that cater to all students. Please discuss your students’ needs with our educators. Contact CCP for bookings.

Assistance Dogs

Guide and assistance dogs are welcome at CCP.

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