Monash University - Peninsula Campus
Public Transport: Frankston is easily reached by the Frankston line train which takes approximately one hour from Flinders Street Station. Upon reaching Frankston you can take one of several buses or the Stony Point train to reach Monash University Peninsula.
The Stony Point Line takes approximately 30 minutes to reach Frankston from the furthest end of the Mornington Peninsula. Monash University Peninsula can be reached by getting off at the Leewarra stop (also marked with a sign from Monash University Peninsula) which takes you to the back of the university along Bloom Street.
The 790 bus which runs between Cranbourne West and Frankston has a stop 1 kilometre from the campus on the corner of the Cranbourne-Frankston Road and the Moorooduc Highway (also called McMahons Road).
Parking at Peninsula Campus: Visitors to the campus have access to metered parking located at various points around campus onsite - check signs for fees/restrictions. Parking is unrestricted on weeknights and on weekends but during normal University hours most parking is permit only with only limited visitor parking (pay and display, time limit) available.
Disabled access: Available.
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