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The Round

The Round is Whitehorse City Council’s arts and cultural centre. For more information, visit their website here.

The Round Program presents a professional theatre and music season, showcasing the best professional theatre from around the country. This diverse series includes plays, musicals, opera, ballet, shows for children, works by renowned Australian playwrights as well as new productions by emerging writers and performing arts companies.
The Round is an integral part of the City of Whitehorse’s creative community and a popular venue for many of the City of Whitehorse’s performing arts groups.
The Round is located at 379-399 Whitehorse Rd, Nunawading VIC 3131, just behind the Civic Centre.


379-399 Whitehorse Rd, Nunawading VIC 3131


Accessible toilets available

Assistive Listening

Companion tickets available

Registered Assistance Animals welcome

Wheelchair accessible

Getting here

By Car

The Round is easily accessible by road, with several major roads and highways leading to the area.

M3 Freeway is a major freeway that runs directly to Whitehorse connecting to The Round via Springvale Road and Whitehorse Road.

Burwood Highway is a prominent highway that provides access to The Round connecting via Springvale Road and Whitehorse Road.

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Public Transport

Bus: McCulloch St/Whitehorse Rd on the 901 route is the closest bus station to The Round only a short walk from the bus stop to venue. The nearby Nunawading Station can also be accessed by the 273, 902 and 735 route.

Train: The Round is connected by nearby train stations on the Belgrave and Lilydale line. The closest train station is Nunawading Station which is approximately 1km or a 10-minute walk from The Round. From there, you can alternatively take a taxi, ride-sharing service, or catch a connecting bus to The Round.


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The Wheeler Centre acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land on which the Centre stands. We acknowledge and pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their Elders, past and present, as the custodians of the world’s oldest continuous living culture.