General Contact Details

Phone: (03) 9286 7800

Email: wdv@wdv.org.au

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
10:00am to 4:00pm 

Street Address
Level 9, 255 Bourke Street
Melbourne 3000

Postal Address
GPO Box 1160
Melbourne VIC 3001

Website: www.wdv.org.au

Staff Contact Information

Keran Howe

Keran Howe
Executive Director

03 9286 7803
keran.howe@wdv.org.au

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Sharon Granek
Program Manager

03 9286 7802
sharon.granek@wdv.org.au

Jane Oldfield

Jane Oldfield
Partnerships & Leadership Officer

03 9286 7807
jane.oldfield@wdv.org.au

Jen Hargrave

Jen Hargrave
Policy Officer

03 9286 7806
jen.hargrave@wdv.org.au

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Maria Burchell
Operations Manager

03 9286 7804
maria.burchell@wdv.org.au

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Fofi Christou

Gender Equity Training Coordinator

03 9286 7805
fofi.christou@wdv.org.au

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Cath McNamara
Partnerships & Leadership Officer

 

03 9286 7810

cath.mcnamara@wdv.org.au

Jen Hargrave

Karen Russell
Administration Officer

03 9286 7800
karen.russell@wdv.org.au

 

 

 

How To Locate Us

Mobility Map

Click here for a PDF Melbourne Central Mobility Map

Public Transport

Women with Disabilities Victoria is located near the corner of Bourke and Swanston Street, on the Collins Street side.

Trains (nearest stations)

  • Flinders Street Station (0.5 Km)
  • Melbourne Central Station (0.6km)
  • Parliament Station (0.7Km)

Trams

There is a Tram Super Stop (no. 6) situated directly in front of our offices on Bourke Street (crossing Swanston Street).

If travelling by tram along Bourke Street, Stop no. 10 (Bourke St Mall) is the closest stop or get off at Stop no. 1 (Flinders/Swanston St) for wheelchair accessibility.

Need More Information?

For all other information concerning public transport travel, please contact Metlink:

Website: www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au
Phone: 131 638 (6am - midnight daily)
TTY: (03) 9619 2727

Information for People with Vision Impairments

We are located on the south side of Bourke St, on the right hand side if walking towards Russell Street. Our building is between a shoe shop (Hype) and a phone shop (Optus). There are two steps and a wheelchair accessible ramp (on the left side of the stairs) which lead to the building, and TGSI’s located at the top of each.

When coming up the steps, automatic doors to the building are directly in front of you. After walking through the doors, continue straight ahead for about 8 metres to the lifts. There are two lifts with a panel in between them, containing the lift call buttons. The lifts have brailled and raised tactile buttons on the right and left hand side as you enter them, and have audible announcements installed.

Proceed to level 9. When exiting the lifts, turn to your right and walk forward until you reach the corridor wall. Then turn right again and follow the hallway to the end. There are automatic doors that lead to our office and a bell on the right hand side (about waist height) if the doors are closed.

Printable Information

Our General Contact information, the Mobility Map and and Public Transport information is also available as a PDF document below, which you can print and bring with you.

WDV Office Location - How To Find Us (& Contact information) (377KB)

Provide Feedback

Do you have feedback you would like to offer? We would love to hear from you - even if it is about something that you dislike.

Please email wdv@wdv.org.au or call 03 9286 7800 to speak to someone.

We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which Women with Disabilities Victoria is located - the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation