Travelling on public transport to RMIT University – Bundoora Campus
Public transport information
To travel by train:
- take a Hurstbridge line trainto Greensborough Station and connect with a Route 566 bus towards Lalor
- take a South Morang line train to Thomastown Station and connect with a Route 570 bus toward Bundoora RMIT. You can also get off at Lalor Station on the South Morang line and connect with a Route 566 bus towards Northland or get off at South Morang Station and connect with a Route 382, 383, 386, 387 or 564 bus.
To travel by tram:
- take a Route 86 tram and get off at Stop 71, RMIT/Plenty Road
- on Friday and Saturday nights, Route 86 Night Trams operate to RMIT University Bundoora Campus every thirty minutes.
To travel by bus:
- take a Route 382, 383, 386, 387, 564, or 566 bus and get off at Bundoora RMIT/Plenty Road
- take a Route 570 bus and get off at Plenty Rd/McKimmies Road
- on Friday and Saturday nights Route 955 Night Buses operate between the city and RMIT Bundoora every thirty minutes.
myki is your reusable travel card for trains, trams and buses in Melbourne and some regional services across Victoria.
Choose myki Money if you travel occasionally, and top up as you go.
Choose myki Pass if you travel often, and top up with consecutive days. For information on public transport fares, and to use the fare calculator, visit ptv.vic.gov.au/myki.
Buy your myki and top up at:
- over 800 myki retail outlets including all 7-Eleven stores
- myki machines at train stations, and premium tram and bus stops (full fare card sales only)
- PTV Hubs
- train station ticket offices
- on board a bus ($20 max)
- at the RMIT campus store
If you’re planning ahead, visit visitptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.Allow seven days for delivery of a new myki.
If you’re under 19 you can travel on a concession fare with a Child myki. If you’re 17 or 18, you must carry government issued proof of age ID (such as a passport, drivers licence, proof of age card), or proof of another concession entitlement (such as a Health Care Card).
If you're a tertiary student studying a full time undergraduate course on campus, you can apply for a PTV Tertiary Student ID. This costs $9 and allows you to use a Concession myki until 28 February next year. Download an application at ptv.vic.gov.au/students.
If you’re an international undergraduate student, you may be eligible to buy an annual iUSEpass which gives you half-price myki fares in the zones where you study. Visit ptv.vic.gov.au/iuse for more information.
If you're a postgraduate or part-time student, you're not eligible for concession fares. However, if you're on a low income, you may be eligible for a Health Care Card.
Travel later and stay out longer on weekends with Night Network. We’re running all night metropolitan trains, trams, late night buses, and a 2am coach service to key regional centres to help you get home after dark.Route 86 trams and Route 955 buses operate to and from RMIT University Bundoora on Friday and Saturday nights.
For more information visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.