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Monash University Campus Locations
Monash University currently has 13 campuses located across 1 states. Learn more about each campus and the courses they offer.
Alfred | Level 5, 99 Commercial Road Prahran 3181 VIC
Transport: Trams, trains and buses service the area
Berwick | Clyde Road Berwick 3806 VIC
The Berwick campus is home to a specialised program of business, education and nursing courses designed to meet regional, national and worldwide skills gaps. With strong graduate employment prospects, unrivalled opportunities to engage with industry, undertake professional practice and graduate with a world-class Monash education, the Berwick campus is an exceptional launching pad for a brilliant career.
Transport: Train service to Berwick, bus, free intercampus shuttle.
Box Hill Hospital | Nelson Road Box hill 3128 VIC
Burnet Institute | 85 Commercial Road Melbourne 3000 VIC
Caulfield | 900 Dandenong Road Caulfield east 3145 VIC
Caulfield is Monash University's second largest campus. The suburb of Caulfield is nine kilometres south-east of Melbourne and easy to access by public transport. Caulfield has around 16,000 students and staff. It is home to MUMA - the Monash University Museum of Art - and has a gym, health and well being services, and cafes. Caulfield campus is surrounded by restaurants and food outlets, a supermarket and specialty shops.
Transport: Adjacent to Caulfield Station. Trams and buses also operate in the area and there is a free intercampus shuttle bus.
City - Collins Street | 271 Collins Street Melbourne 3000 VIC
City - Law Chambers | 555 Lonsdale Street Melbourne 3000 VIC
Monash University Law Chambers is located in the heart of the city's legal precinct and within walking distance of the Magistrates, County and Supreme Courts. The Law Chambers has been renovated to optimise the teaching and learning experiences for both staff and students. It provides substantial space for its occupants along with high-quality teaching facilities, independent student study areas and new amenities including a resource centre, a multi-purpose lounge and a modern student kitchen. This provides a superb new environment conducive to creative and independent learning. Postgraduate students, academic and professional staff occupy these stunning new facilities and are enjoying the first-class teaching environment and amenities in a contemporary and sophisticated setting.
Transport: Central city location close to trains and trams.
Clayton | Wellington Road Clayton 3168 VIC
Clayton campus is the largest of all eight Monash campuses and has around 26,000 students enrolled. The campus is located 20 kilometres south-east of Melbourne and is home to eight of the University's 10 faculties. Religious centres and spiritual spaces are available to students from a multiplicity of faiths. There are sporting facilities and a campus centre which houses student services including a medical centre, a post office, shops, banks, cafes and food outlets. In addition to libraries, book stores, and a student theatre, there is a hair and beauty salon. Students and staff look forward to outdoor markets every week.
Transport: Bus station on campus has extensive number of buses passing through. Buses also link local train stations to the campus and there is a free shuttle between Monash campuses.
Monash Medical Centre | 246 Clayton Road Clayton 3168 VIC
Notting Hill | Ferntree Gully Road Notting hill 3800 VIC
Parkville | 381 Royal Parade Parkville 3052 VIC
Monash University's Parkville campus is home to the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The campus has undergone more than $50 million in redevelopments in recent years, with new research laboratories and virtual practice environments being installed. Our innovative technologies and immersive virtual environments provide interactive and flexible lecture/tutorial spaces and areas that encourage social learning and enhanced professional skills. Located on Royal Parade and just three kilometres from the city centre, Parkville is close to many shops and services including Sydney Road and Lygon Street, where staff and students have easy access to banks, supermarkets, medical centres and cafes.
Transport: Tram: 19, Stop 16. Train: Royal Park Station; Upfield Line.
Peninsula | McMahons Road Frankston 3199 VIC
The Peninsula campus is located between the bay and the beach at the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula in Frankston. Monash?s third largest Australian campus, Peninsula is home to a specialised program of allied health, business, education and nursing courses designed to meet long-term regional, national and worldwide skill gaps. With close to 4,000 students the Peninsula campus is a dynamic and engaging learnings environment and highly regarded centre for education, business and health sciences.par The centre of Frankston is a 15-minute walk, where students can find shopping centres, cafes, cinemas and a cultural centre. Many Peninsula students undertake part of their studies at other Monash campuses. There is a free shuttle bus service that runs between the Peninsula and Clayton campuses as well as between the Frankston train station and Peninsula campus.
Transport: Train: Frankston Line; Bus: 775,776, 782, 783
School of Rural Health | School of Rural Health, Churchill Northways Road Churchill 3842 VIC
Monash University and the University of Ballarat have decided to proceed with the proposal for the Monash Gippsland campus to join forces with the University of Ballarat to form an expanded, regionally focused 'Federation University Australia' from 1 January 2014. Monash University however will continue to offer its Graduate Entry Medicine program in Gippsland.
Transport: Bus: Local bus service in Latrobe Valley. Train: Eleven services to and from Melbourne daily. Air: Daily air links to Albury, Wodonga, Sydney and Tasmania.