2017 parking permits

2017 parking permits can be purchased online from the following dates:

  • Berwick campus: Wednesday 1 February
  • Caulfield campus: Thursday 9 February
  • Clayton campus: Tuesday 7 February
    (check the 2017 Clayton parking and access map and the below details on Clayton campus parking changes before buying a permit)
  • Parkville campus: Wednesday 1 February
  • Peninsula campus: Thursday 2 February

Carpooling permits for each campus will also go on sale from the above listed dates.

Green permits (for approved senior staff) will be available from Wednesday 1 February for all campuses.

2016 permits are still valid until Sunday 26 February, but you’ll need to display your new 2017 permit from Monday 27 February onwards.

Prices for 2017 permits are provided below. As in previous years, permits will be issued on a first in, first served basis and waiting lists may apply.

Blue permits and carpooling are the only options for students. They're also the cheapest choices for staff, but you have other options as well. Staff members can also offset the cost of a permit through salary packaging. There are permits for contractors and business tenants.

Visit our maps page to see how to get to any of our campuses or download a campus map here. If you're considering buying a permit for Clayton campus, please check the 2017 Clayton parking and access map.

Staff-only permits

Free motorcycle and disability parking

Motorcyclists don't need a permit to park in a motorcycle area.

If you display a disability permit, available from local councils under the state-wide VicRoads scheme, you can park for free in a disability area.

Permit conditions

Permits allow you to park in specific areas on your home campus and aren't always valid on other campuses or in the same areas, so note any restrictions. Download the Monash University parking rules (PDF, 0.14 MB).

Our refunds, replacements and resales page also explains other important permit conditions.

If you use multiple vehicles

If you drive to campus in different vehicles, put your permit in a clear plastic cover for switching between vehicles – you can get permit pouches from Monash Connect.

Update your existing details

If you already have a blue, red or green permit, make sure you update your vehicle details if they change.

Update your details

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