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14 January 2020

How are you getting to campus this year?

We’re back for 2020! While the roads and car parks seem pretty quiet now, it’s only a matter of weeks before things start getting busy. This year, avoid paying for parking or finding a car space on campus by trying out a different mode of transport.

Public transport

There’s a number of different ways to get to campus using public transport. These services are operated by Public Transport Victoria, so you’ll need a Myki card to travel. Check the PTV website for specific routes and timetables.




Geelong park and ride

Two Deakin bus services operate in Geelong – and they’re free! You’ll just need to show your Deakin ID card as you get on. We do our best to accommodate everyone, but there may be times when passenger demand exceeds seating capacity. If this happens, rest assured the next bus won’t be far away.

Access intercampus and Waterfront express bus timetables and location information.

Active transport

Is your New Year’s resolution to get active? Cycling, walking or running to campus is a great way to get your daily exercise, avoid car parking hassles and save money. Plus, you’ll be helping Deakin to reduce emissions and work towards our sustainability commitments.

All of our campuses have great active transport facilities, including showers, change rooms, lockers and secure bike storage, which make it easy for you to get here by foot or pedal-power.

Check out the facilities on each campus and visit the VicRoads website for bicycle and walking route maps.

Happy travels!

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