Public transport is the perfect way to travel to and from university.
It gives you extra study time, opportunity to chill out or listen to music. It’s also better for the environment and takes the stress out of driving and finding a car park.
Our uni guides will help you find the best way to get from your front door to campus.
The guides provide information on student concessions, ticketing, a map, journey planning, public transport apps, and the closest train station, tram stop or bus route to campus.
Download campus-specific guides for the following universities:
Deakin University, Burwood Campus (PDF) 275kB
Deakin University, Warrnambool Campus (PDF) 547kB
Revised Deakin University, Waterfront Campus maps will be available soon.
Waurn Ponds Campus
Revised Deakin University, Waurn Ponds Campus maps will be available soon.
Federation University Australia
Federation University Australia, Berwick Campus (PDF) 268kB
Revised Federation University Australia Gippsland Campus maps will be available soon.
Mount Helen Campus
Revised Federation University Australia Mount Helen Campus maps will be available soon.
SMB and Camp Street Campuses
Revised Federation University Australia SMB and Camp Street campus maps will be available soon
La Trobe University
La Trobe University, Bendigo Campus (PDF) 268kB
La Trobe University, Bundoora Campus (PDF) 773kB
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus (PDF) 859kB
Monash University, Berwick Campus (PDF) 268KB
Monash University, Caulfield Campus (PDF) 280kB
Monash University, Clayton Campus (PDF) 277kB
Monash University, Peninsula Campus (PDF) 262kB
RMIT University, Brunswick Campus (PDF) 285kB
Revised RMIT Bundoora campus maps will be available soon
RMIT University, City Campus (PDF) 767kB
RMIT University, City Campus - accessible version (DOCX) 103kB
Swinburne University, Hawthorn Campus (PDF) 278kB
Revised Victoria University Footscray campus maps will be available soon
- To find your best route to uni, use the journey planner and download a travelling to uni guide above.
- Download the free PTV app and get public transport information on the go, including real time departures and myki top up locations.
- Students under the age of 19 can travel on a concession fare with a Child myki, just carry appropriate proof of age ID.
- Eligible tertiary students can get a Tertiary Student ID and travel on a Concession myki.
- Eligible international students can save money by getting an iUSEpass.
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