Planning your journey to campus

There are many ways to travel to our campuses. We encourage you to try walking or cycling, and to mix up your commute throughout the semester by trying public transport and active transport options.

Clayton campus

Public transport

Huntingdale train station is 10 minutes by bus to the Clayton campus – take routes 601, 630 or 900. There are also eleven buses which service the campus from all directions. Find more information here.

Cycling

Clayton has two Bike Arrival Stations with bike parking facilities, showers, lockers, and bike repair tools. There are also over 1000 bike hoops on campus, so you can park close to your destination. Find route suggestions, groups to join, and apply for access to the bike arrival stations here.

Carpooling

Staff and students who carpool can park for a cheaper rate in any Blue permit zone using the Liftango and CellOPark apps. Find more information here.

Parking

Students

Can park in any Blue permit zone using the corresponding code in the CellOPark app.

Staff

Can park in any Blue or Red permit zone using the corresponding code in the CellOPark app, or by purchasing a 30-day virtual permit.

Visitors

Metered parking bays are available in the N1, SE3 and OC1 car parks. Pay by card using the pay-by-plate machines, or using the corresponding Clayton Visitor codes in the CellOPark app.

Accessible parking

Find a suitable parking bay close to your destination here.

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Caulfield campus

Public transport

Caulfield train station is next to the Caulfield campus. The number 3 tram, 624 bus or 900 bus also stop at Caulfield. Find more information here.

Cycling

Caulfield has a bike cage to securely park your bike in, located on level 1 (ground) of the multi-level car park. Find route suggestions, groups to join, and apply for access to the bike cage here.

Carpooling

Staff and students who carpool can park for a cheaper rate in any Blue permit zone using the Liftango and CellOPark apps. Find more information here.

Parking

Students

Can park in the Blue permit zone bays in the multi-level car park, using the corresponding code in the CellOPark app.

Staff

Can park in the Blue permit zone bays at Caulfield Racecourse, or in the Red permit zone bays in the multi-level car park. Use the corresponding code in the CellOPark app, or purchase a 30-day virtual permit.

Visitors

Metered parking bays are available on the top floor of the multi-level car park. Pay by card using the pay-by-plate machines, or using the corresponding Caulfield Visitor code in the CellOPark app. Metered parking operated by third parties is also available at the racecourse and in the surrounding streets.

Accessible parking

Disability permit parking bays are available in the multi-level car park.

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Peninsula campus

Public transport

From Frankston train station, you can catch a Stony Point train to Leawarra, or take the 775, 776, 782, 783 or 887 buses to the Peninsula campus. Find more information here.

Cycling

There is secure bike parking at the MPARC Velopod, and bike hoops across campus where you can park close to your destination. Find bike parking information, route suggestions and groups to join here.

Carpooling

Staff and students who carpool can park for a cheaper rate in any Blue permit zone using the Liftango and CellOPark apps. Find more information here.

Parking

Students

Can park in any Blue permit zone using the corresponding code in the CellOPark app.

Staff

Can park in any Blue or Red permit zone using the corresponding code in the CellOPark app, or by purchasing a 30-day virtual permit.

Visitors

Metered parking bays are available in the N1 and H1 car parks. Pay by card using the pay-by-plate machine in the N1, or using the corresponding Peninsula Visitor code in the CellOPark app.

Accessible parking

Find a suitable parking bay close to your destination here.

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Parkville campus

Public transport

Tram number 19 stops opposite Parkville campus on Royal Parade, and can connect you to trains at Melbourne Central Station. Bus route 505 and Royal Park train station are also short walks from campus. Find more information here.

Cycling

There is secure bike parking located in the building 404 car park. Find route suggestions, groups to join, and apply for access to the secure bike parking here.

Carpooling

There are no designated bays for carpool parking at Parkville. However, you can use the Liftango app to find a carpooling partner from your area. Learn how to use the Liftango app here.

Parking

Students and Visitors

Can park in the metered bays in the building 407 car park using the Parkville Visitor code in the CellOPark app. Students should include their Monash ID in their account to get the cheapest parking rates.

Staff

Can park in the Red permit zone bays in the 404 car park, using the corresponding code in the CellOPark app, or after purchasing a 30-day virtual permit. Metered parking operated by the council is also available at Melbourne Zoo and in the surrounding streets.

Accessible parking

Disability permit parking bays are available in the building 404 car park.

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Intercampus travel

Public transport

Directions on how to travel between campuses on public transport can be found here, or by using the PTV Journey Planner.

Intercampus shuttle buses

The intercampus shuttle buses are free for staff and students to use, and are a great option for travelling between Caulfield, Clayton, and Peninsula. Find out more here.

Carshare

GoGet and Flexicar vehicles are available at the Clayton, Caulfield and Parkville campuses, and can be hired by staff and students for work or personal trips. Find out more here.

Pool vehicles (staff only)

University pool vehicles are located at Clayton, Caulfield, Peninsula, and 211 Wellington Road. These can be hired by staff for work trips, and charged to a cost centre and fund. Find out more here.

Yellow permits (staff only)

Staff who use their own vehicle to travel between campuses for work can request a temporary Yellow Scratch Permit, to charge the cost of their parking to a cost centre and fund. These are administered by departments. Find out more here.

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