Bendigo Airfield

Bendigo Airfield is situated approximately 6 kilometres from the central business district of Bendigo on 35 Victa Road (East Bendigo).

Public transport information

From Melbourne CBD to Bendigo Station: 

  • From RMIT City Campus, the closest train station is Melbourne Central Station. There are connecting services from Melbourne Central to the Bendigo V/Line train. Southern Cross Station offers a direct service to Bendigo. See the V/Line website for further information.
  • You can also use the Public Transport Victoria journey planner to plan your route to Bendigo from Melbourne CBD.

From Bendigo Station to Bendigo Airfield:

  • Catch the route 60 bus service from Bendigo Station (which runs regularly) and get off at McDowalls Road.
  • Get a taxi or walk (approximately 1.1 kilometre or 13 minutes) to the site.

Suburb proximity to the Bendigo site

Less than 5 kilometres

East Bendigo, White Hills, Strathdale, Kennington, Bendigo

  • Distance from these suburbs to campus is 0-2.8 kilometres
  • Travel time within this radius ranges from 2-10 minutes (driving time)
  • Buses are available from Bendigo Station to McDowalls Road (approximately 1 kilometre from Bendigo Airfield)
  • Accommodation in these suburbs is generally less expensive than in the city.

Less than 10 kilometres

Bendigo South, North Bendigo, Lansell Plaza

  • Buses are available from Bendigo Station to McDowalls Road (approximately 1 kilometre from the Bendigo site)
  • Accommodation in these suburbs is generally less expensive than in the city.
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