Getting to the Warrnambool campus
Warrnambool Campus is located off the Princes Highway to the East of Warrnambool CBD. It is easily accessed by car, train or bus as well as having facilities for safe storage of bicycles.
Daily rail and bus services run from Melbourne, Geelong, Mt Gambier, Portland, Port Fairy, Ballarat and Hamilton. These services connect with public transport to other regional and interstate centres. Sherwood Park train stationis right outside the Warrnambool Campus.
For further information visit the Vline website via the Quick Links
V/Line coaches run from many regional centres, including the Great Ocean Road and Ballarat, to the Geelong city and Geelong station.
Public bus and coach services
Route 3 Koroit Street Interchange to Deakin University via Gateway Plaza
Approximate time: 20 minutes from Koroit Street InterchangeVisit Passenger Transport Victoria for route map and timetable
Myki is your way to pay to travel on public transport in Victoria.
Did you know that you can buy myki on campus?
There is a myki hand held device in the DUSA Bookshop on the Waurn Ponds, Waterfront and Burwood campuses which will allow you to:
- view your myki details
- purchase an anonymous myki
- top up your myki (money and pass), and
- renew a myki pass.
Student Concessions are available through Deakin Central. See Quicklinks.
There are currently no formal off-road bike trails to the Warrnambool Campus. The main route to campus is via the main highway, however, we do recommend that you exercise caution.
For more information see the Walking and Cycling link under the Quick Links.
A limited amount of parking is available on campus. There is one dry weather only car park (around the football oval) that does not require a permit. All other Deakin University car parks are classified as Permit Parking Zones and a valid Deakin University parking permit is required at specified times.
Deakin University provides a free online carpool matching service to help you find someone to carpool with to Warrnambool Campus. Carpooling is a great way to save money by sharing the cost of a parking permit and petrol, while making new friends.
See Quick Links for further info.
Interest free loans for transport expenses
Did you know that Student Financial Support provides interest free loans to students who are either in financial need or are progressing satisfactorily with their studies for transportation expenses?
Visit Student Financial Support for more information and read the conditions for an application under 'General student loans'.
DUSA also have a Transport Assistance service which can be found under the Quick Links.