Returning to the Workplace During COVID-19READ MORE
Many members are underway with their planning to return to work at Hub Southern Cross, with a host of new guidelines put in place to ensure member safety and hygiene standards throughout the clubhouse.
For your planning, we’ve collated some of the options for returning to work at Hub Southern Cross.
Driving to Hub Southern Cross
If you are planning to drive in, there are a number of car parks available close to Hub Southern Cross.
– Wilson Parking, Southern Cross Station
– Secure Parking, Merritts Place Car Park
Other parking options can be found using Google Maps or sites such as Parkopedia.
There are also a limited number of spaces available in the secure car park at 696 Bourke Street – to enquire, please email email@example.com
Cycling to Hub Southern Cross
Melbourne is renowned for its many bike tracks and cycling culture. If you plan to ride to work, there is a limited number of spaces available in our underground bike cage.
To enquire about availability or register for the waitlist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are also a number of spaces provided by City of Melbourne – you can view all bike parking available on the City of Melbourne website.
Once you arrive, you are welcome to use our end-of-trip amenities, with showers, ironing facilities, and towel service – helping you get set for the day ahead.
Catching Public Transport
All Hub Australia locations are positioned close to a number of public transport – Hub Southern Cross is directly across from Southern Cross Station, and moments from the 86, 96, 11, 12, 48, and 109 trams. There are also a number of buses nearby.
For your safest and most efficient public transport options, please use the PTV app or journey planner.
Creating Safer Workspaces
Our updated standards and guidelines aim to help members move into their next stage of business, as restrictions relating to COVID-19 ease and we look to create a new norm.
Hub has produced a brochure to help all members understand the preventative and protective changes we are making, following guidelines from Safe Work Australia, State Governments, and the Federal Government.