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Get to campus

Public transport  

All campuses are accessible by public transport. Plan your journey via public transport using Public Transport Victoria’s Journey Planner.
The Geelong City and Werribee Watton Street Campuses are close to train stations.  All campuses are near local bus routes. A popular route to East Geelong campus is Geelong Route 61 which goes from the Geelong Train Station.

Fares (Myki)

Myki s a reusable smart card ticketing system used to pay for travel on trains, buses and trams across Victoria.  Visit the PTV website to calculate how much your fare will cost.
Registering your Myki online enables you to check your balance, get notified when you card is due to expire and more. You can also set up auto top up, which automatically tops up your myki whenever it falls below your chosen minimum amount.  You can register your Myki online, or by calling 1800 800.

Transport concession

If you are a full-time student, you may be eligible for a Public Transport Concession Card for cheaper travel on trains, buses and trams in Victoria.
Victorian public transport student concession card and student pass application forms are available from the PTV website.  You will need to bring in your completed form to Customer Service to be signed and stamped before PTV can approve your application.  

Drive your car 

If you drive to campus, then leave plenty of time to find a car park. Parking is limited around the Geelong City and Werribee Watton Street campuses. No on-site student parking is available, although there is limited metered parking nearby. Council restrictions apply.
On-site parking is available at the East Geelong, Werribee Princes, Colac and Hoppers Crossing Campuses, and there is also parking in nearby streets.   

Bicycle racks

Riding to campus is a great way to save money, the environment and to stay healthy! 
Bicycle Racks are available for student use at:

  • Geelong City Campus – outside Building C and G South
  • East Geelong Campus  – outside Buildings A, E, H, G and M
  • Colac – at the public library
  • Werribee and Hoppers Crossing –  contact the campus for more information.

Please ensure you lock your bikes whilst on campus. The Gordon is not responsible for stolen or damaged bikes. Bikes must not be ridden whilst on campus property, or any grassed areas on campus.

Skateboards, scooters and skates

Skateboards, inline skates, roller skates and scooters (including electric scooters) are not to be ridden in or around any campus of The Gordon.

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