We have a supportive cycling community and bike parking hoops at all of our campuses, making cycling a great option for getting to campus. Melbourne's growing network of bike paths makes cycling to campus easier and safer each year. We encourage you to give it a try!
Secure bike facilities
As well as bike hoops close to your destination across all our campuses, each campus also offers secure undercover bike cages and arrival stations. Access to all secure bike cages and arrival stations is free, but you will need to Register for access.
Bike cages and bike arrival stations (BAS) are located at:
The Southern BAS is located in the basement of the Learning and Teaching Building on the Clayton campus. Entry to the station is either from the ramp on Wellington Road or from the external lift on Exhibition Walk.
The station offers showers, change rooms, ironing facilities, drying cupboard, bike repair station and pump as well as parking for 98 bikes and 186 digital access lockers.
The James Gormley BAS is located on the ground floor of the North One (N1) car park at 5 Rainforest Walk.
This station offers showers, change rooms, ironing facilities, bike repair station and pump as well as parking for 143 bikes and 172 lockers. You will need to provide your own padlock for lockers in this station.
211 Wellington Road
The bike cage at 211 Wellington Road is located on the ground floor of the multi-level car park underneath the car park ramp. Showers and change rooms are available on the ground floor of 211. Some lockers are available and cyclists can contact HR Reception on 990 29450 for assistance in obtaining one.
Located on the ground floor of the multi-level car park Building J, this cage has parking for 124 bikes, Bike repair tool stand and a pump. Showers and change rooms are available for all cyclists at Monash Sport.
There are two bike cages in the Building 404 underground car park, with one on each level. The cage on level 1 has parking for 21 bikes and the one on level 2 has parking for 11 bikes. Showers and change rooms are available on level 1 and 2 of Building 404.
The MPARC Velopod is located outside Monash Sport Building W and offers bike parking for 34 bikes, a repair station and pump. Showers and change rooms are available for all cyclists at Monash Sport.
Keeping your bike secure
Make sure to always lock your bike when parking it on campus. Ensure that you lock your bike to a hoop securely through the frame and wheel if possible. If you have a second lock, use it to secure the second wheel.
In an emergency, Security can be contacted on 9905 3333.
Getting to campus
Check Google Maps
Put your starting point and destination into the Google Maps directions planner, and select cycling as your mode. You can use these routes as a base, and make your own edits to select quieter roads with better cycling infrastructure where necessary. Street view and satellite view are helpful for spotting on-road bike paths.
Consult council area maps
Each council in Melbourne publishes cycling route maps which you can use for guidance on the roads which include bike lanes, or dedicated off-road bike paths. The relevant councils for each campus are the City of Monash (Clayton), the City of Glen Eira (Caulfield), the City of Melbourne (Parkville) and the City of Frankston (Peninsula).
Ask another rider
Chances are that another cyclist is familiar with your local area. This map shows a collection of routes that are commonly used when accessing the Clayton campus. Students and staff can join the Monash Community Bicycle Users Group (McBUG) where you can ask for tips and suggestions. Staff can also join the Monash Cyclists and Bike Commuters workplace group.
Try the arevo app by RACV
If you're on two wheel, arevo allows you to choose between riding the fastest route or a quiet option. Maps display the level of bike infrastructure along your route, and the app provides turn-by-turn navigation.
Taking your bike on trains
You can take your bike on all metropolitan trains, making it possible to cycle to campus from almost anywhere in Melbourne. Public Transport Victoria has some helpful tips for cyclists for taking bikes on trains.
Servicing, purchase and hire
BikerCo located at 5 Rainforest Walk, Clayton campus stock a range of new and second-hand bike, parts and accessories. They also provide servicing and are happy to assist staff and students with bike-related queries.
BikerCo provides a bike rental service starting from $20 per week which includes locks and helmets.
Visit their website for more information.