Our PAX Aus community is our absolute priority and comes first before all else. We are working closely with the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre and we will follow national and local health guidelines that are in place at the time of PAX Aus, 7 - 9 October 2022. Everyone participating in PAX Aus 2022, including exhibitors, fans, guests, enforcers and our PAX staff, will need to comply with the health guidelines of the MCEC and national and state government.

Face Masks

In line with the Victorian government’s guidelines, we strongly encourage all PAX Aus attendees to wear masks. For more details on VIC Government’s mask guidelines, click here.

Health Monitoring

If you test positive to COVID-19, have been exposed to COVID-19, experience symptoms or are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, you should not attend PAX Aus, including if these conditions emerge while you are at the show. Please review Victoria’s Health and Safety Guidelines to learn what to do next if you test positive:

Hygiene & Sanitisation

It is the responsibility of everyone to maintain personal hygiene, including washing your hands frequently. Sanitisation stations will be located throughout the venue.

Cashless Venue

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre is a cashless venue. Only card payments will be permitted throughout PAX Aus and MCEC.

Comply With The Code of Conduct

Please be aware of and respect the personal boundaries of your fellow participants so that everyone can enjoy their time at PAX Aus.

Other Information

PAX Aus management and partners are committed to upholding evolving health & safety standards in accordance with state and local guidance. Additional details about policies and procedures will be posted here as they are made available. 

Thanks in advance for your cooperation, and we hope you enjoy the show!