Getting to campus
Monash College is based at 750 Collins Street, in the heart of Melbourne waterfront suburb, the Docklands.
Travelling to the Monash College campus
Monash College is conveniently connected with train, bus and tram.
One of Melbourne's biggest train stations, Southern Cross, is a 300 metre walk from campus, and connects to all train lines across metropolitan Melbourne. If you prefer taking a tram, it stops right out the front of the building. If you are on one of the convenient bus loops, you will find bus stops in close proximity to the building.
Visit Public Transport Victoria to plan your journey to Monash College campus.
Catch any Melbourne train that goes through the City Loop and hop off at Southern Cross station. The campus is only a 300m walk from there.
There's a bus stop directly in front of the building that services routes from the west of the city: 232 (Altona to City), 235 (Fishermans Bend via Williamstown Rd to City) and 237 (Fishermans Bend via Lorimer Street to City).
Trams #11 and #48 from the north and east of the city stop on the doorstep of 750 Collins Street.
What's in the area?
Parks and sport facilities
The Monash College campus overlooks Docklands Park, a relaxing space which also has free barbecue facilities and public art. If you’re looking for something a little more active, the multi-purpose Docklands sports courts are suitable for basketball, netball, soccer, tennis and much more.
Docklands is also home to the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel, a Hoyts cinema and an Empire Asian Supermarket.
Food and the essentials
There’s a variety of retail and dining options close by with Collins Square opposite 750 Collins Street offering a food court, cafes, post office, gym, bank, travel agency, optometrist, osteopath and a supermarket.