Melbourne is serviced by a well-developed network of trams, buses, trains and airports.
The closest train station to most City campus buildings is Melbourne Central Station on the City Loop.
From Flinders Street Station, you can join a connecting City Loop train service or any tram travelling up Swanston Street (see below).
Most north-south Yarra Trams run along Swanston Street (routes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72). For Elizabeth Street services (routes 19, 57, 59), get off at Melbourne Central and walk one block to Swanston Street.
If you’re travelling east-west along Flinders Street (routes 48, 70 and 75), Collins Street (routes 109 and 12) or Bourke Street (routes 86 and 96) alight at Swanston Street for connecting trams.
Many bus lines offer services connecting to train and tram services listed above. Check Public Transport Victoria for details of connecting services in your area.
RMIT’s City campus buildings span a large area of the north-east quarter of Melbourne’s central business district (CBD) and also extend over Victoria Street into Carlton. Driving directions and parking rules will vary depending on which building/s you need to visit.
There is no on-campus parking available for visitors to the University. However, there are a number of commercial car parks within a very short walk.
Metered street parking is also available around the City campus. Please note, time limits and clearway restrictions apply.
Plan your journey
Visit the Public Transport Victoria website for timetables, tickets trip planning and information.