Travelling here and parking
Travelling to Peninsula Campus
Monash Peninsula is located in the suburb of Frankston, the gateway to the picturesque Mornington Peninsula. It is about one hour south of Melbourne and can be easily reached by various modes of public transport, as well as via roads and freeways by car.
How to get to Peninsula Campus by:
- Public Transport
- Shuttle Bus Services including Frankston station to Peninsula campus
- Car and Motorcycle
Monash myki Commuter Club
Monash is now offering all staff (including sessionals and casuals) and non-concession students (including international students), the opportunity to participate in the Monash myki Commuter Club scheme. The scheme offers public transport users a 10% discount on 365 day passes.
Rideshare is sharing the car with one or more other people to get to campus. There is only one strict rule with rideshare: you must arrive at the carpark with two people and two valid carpool permits. To find out more about ridesharing at Peninsula or to register for ridesharing, you need to visit the Monash Rideshare Service webpage.
There are a variety of parking options available on campus at Monash Peninsula. To park at the university you will need to obtain a suitable car parking permit.
Monash Peninsula offers a variety of different parking permits for staff, students and visitors whether you drive a car or motorbike.
- Car Pool
It is important to keep your eyes open for these signs and park in the appropriate spot as the university is patrolled by traffic inspectors and fines will occur if you are illegally parked.
There are a few areas near the campus where it is free to park. Most of these have parking or time restrictions. Check the signs carefully before you park to avoid receiving a fine from one of the patrolling parking officers.
Additional Information on Parking
For further information about parking at the university including where to obtain a permit and costs, please refer to Monash Parking Permits webpage.