In preparation for your visit

When are your trading hours?

MONOPOLY DREAMS opening hours are:

  • Monday: 10am – 7pm
  • Tuesday: 10am – 7pm
  • Wednesday: 10am – 7pm
  • Thursday: 10am – 9pm
  • Friday: 10am – 9pm
  • Saturday: 10am – 7pm
  • Sunday: 10am – 7pm

Book online to guarantee entry.

Operating hours may change, please check times on the date you wish to attend via our ticketing link.

Special trading hours:

Friday 26 January: 10am – 6pm

Monday 11 March: 10am – 6pm

Friday 25 April: 1pm – 6pm

Are there session times?

MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne has timed entry to manage capacity and allow guests to enjoy the many activities within MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne.

Sessions are scheduled every 30 minutes.

You have 30 minutes to enter after your stated entry time.

Sessions can sell out fast so pre-booking is recommended.

If you miss your session, we will endeavor to re-book you into the next available session, however we cannot guarantee entry if sessions are booked out.


Melbourne Central
290 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
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The nearest entry is on Lonsdale Street, between Swanston and Elizabeth streets – take the escalator down to the lower ground floor.

Do you accept cash?

MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne accepts cashless payments only. All major cards are accepted.

Where can I purchase tickets?

Tickets are available online now! They are available to purchase online or at our admissions desk within MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne.

Do I need to purchase a ticket to dine at the cafe?

No, our cafe is open for visitors to Melbourne Central without the need to purchase a ticket to enter.

Do I need to purchase a ticket to shop at the retail store?

No, our retail store is open for visitors to Melbourne Central without the need to purchase a ticket to enter.

Do I need to pay extra once inside?

Once inside the experience, all the major zones are included in your ticket price. If you would like to play our claw games and capsule machines – you will need to purchase tokens to play.

What are your COVID-19 policies?

The safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff is our priority and we will take all necessary precautions to ensure their continued welfare. For more information, please see our COVID-safe policies.


Can I bring my assistance animal?

Authorised assistance animals are welcome. Animals that are not authorised assistance animals are not allowed.

Is the venue wheelchair accessible?

MONOPOLY Dreams Melbourne is an accessible venue.

Please note that some game play in certain zones may be impacted. For further clarification regarding accessibility or specific guest experience, please email us at or call us on 03 8617 0250. Alternatively, feel free to chat to attraction staff on the day who will be more then happy to assist.

  • Wheelchair users are welcome to transfer into a cinema seat or remain in their personal wheelchair at the front of the cinema.
  • Wheelchair users are welcome to enter the Laser Maze for photo opportunities, but may not be able to complete the designed game play.
  • Wheelchair users cannot participate in Banking experience at this time.

MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne is located on the Lower Ground Floor – wheelchair users are encouraged to use the nearest lifts: there are lifts directly opposite that descend to the car parks. Nearby lifts (behind MINISO) ascend to the upper shopping levels.

There are many accessible toilets available throughout Melbourne Central. The closest accessible toilets are directly opposite the entrance to MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne.

Is the venue pram accessible?

MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne is an accessible venue. MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne is located on the Lower Ground Floor – parents with prams are encouraged to use the nearest lifts: there are lifts directly opposite that descend to the car parks. Nearby lifts (behind MINISO) ascend to the upper shopping levels.

Where are the nearest parents’ facilities?

With a 5-star rating by the Breast Feeding Association, Melbourne Central’s Parents’ Retreat has change tables, a parents’ room, bins, toilets, breast-feeding cubicles, a microwave and a place for kids to play. The Parents’ Retreat is located on Level 2 of the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre.


Only at MONOPOLY DREAMS can you earn MONOPOLY Money by taking part in challenges and games.

How does it work?

  • Play different games and challenges to earn MONOPOLY Money
  • Spend MONOPOLY Money in the MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne Retail Store
  • Top up your MONOPOLY Money

How much is MONOPOLY Money?

$1000 MONOPOLY Dollars = $1 AUD

You can earn Monopoly Money by completing challenges at:

  • The Jail
  • Water Works
  • Electric Company
  • Mr. Monopoly’s Vault

You can spend or redeem MONOPOLY Money at:

  • MONOPOLY DREAMS Retail Store


Getting here by car

Where is the best place to park?

Looking for parking in the Melbourne CBD? Parking at Melbourne Central couldn’t be simpler.

With over 880 undercover car spaces, you won’t have to keep circling to find the perfect spot.

The parking lot is easy to manoeuvre, safe and offers a great deal of value.

If you want to take advantage of the Melbourne Central car park, it can easily be accessed via Lonsdale Street and La Trobe Street.

Can I save by parking at Melbourne Central?

One of the best things about Melbourne Central carpark is you won’t be required to spend your entire shopping budget just to park your car.

Guests visiting MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne who validate their parking will receive their first 3 hours for $6.50 when parking at Melbourne Central car park.

Upon purchase of your tickets, please ask staff for your parking voucher. If you have purchased your tickets online, you can still obtain your half price parking voucher when you visit MONOPOLY DREAMS Melbourne, simply speak to the staff at our Admissions Desk.

Find out more.

Getting here by public transport

Travel by train

If you are looking to avoid the traffic, Metro Trains provide a train service to Melbourne Central Station, which is located directly beneath the centre. Getting to your favourite shopping centre couldn’t be easier. Looking for further details on this amazing train service? Metro Trains Melbourne have all the information you need on their website. If you prefer talking to a live person, they can be reached via 1800 800 007.

Travel by tram

If you prefer to travel via tram, you are in luck. There are several tram lines that will take you to Melbourne Central. The current tram services, all operated by Metlink/Yarra Trams include:

  • 1 – East Coburg – South Melbourne Beach
  • 3/3a – East Malvern – Melbourne University
  • 5 – Malvern (Burke Road) – Melbourne University
  • 6 – Moreland – Glen Iris
  • 16 – Kew – Melbourne University
  • 19 – North Coburg – Flinders Street Station
  • 30 – St Vincents Plaza – Central Pier Docklands
  • 35 – City Circle
  • 57 – West Maribyrnong – Flinders Street Station
  • 59 – Airport West – Flinders Street Station
  • 64 – East Brighton – Melbourne University

Travel by bus

Travelling by Bus? Many bus lines arrive within 400m of Melbourne Central, so getting here is a breeze. The current bus lines, provided by various operators, include:

  • 200 – City – Bulleen
  • 207 – City – Doncaster Shopping Centre via Kew Junction
  • 250 – City (Queen St) – La Trobe University
  • 251 – City (Queen St) – Northland SC
  • 302 – City – Box Hill Station via Belmore Rd and Eastern Fwy
  • 303 – City – Ringwood North via Park Rd
  • 304 – City – Doncaster SC via Belmore Rd and Eastern Fwy
  • 305 – City – The Pines SC via Eastern Fwy and George St
  • 309 – City – The Pines SC via Eastern Fwy and Reynolds Rd
  • 318 – City – Deep Creek
  • 350 – City – La Trobe University via Eastern Fwy
  • 905 – City – The Pines SC via Eastern Fwy and Thompsons Rd
  • 906 – City – Warrandyte via Eastern Fwy and The Pines SC
  • 907 – City – Mitcham via Eastern Fwy and Doncaster Rd
  • 908 – City – The Pines SC via Eastern Fwy and High St