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TRANSPORT

 
TRANSPORT

The transport to Marymede Catholic College is by car, chartered bus service, bike, walking from the nearest bus stop and South Morang station.

Marymede has bike racks for student use.

Marymede Catholic College now has 3 Charter Bus Services that run each day. Our Kinglake route runs through the suburbs of Kinglake and Whittlsea, before reaching its destination. Our Yarrambat Bus runs through the suburb of Doreen (Bridge Inn Road), Mernda (Bredalbane Ave) and South Morang before reaching its destination at the College. Our Doreen bus runs through Doreen (Laurimar), Mernda (Mernda Villages) and South Morang before reaching the College.

Semester long passes are now available for purchase at a cost of $640 per student. Alternatively, Casual Passes are available at a cost of $4 each way. For further information regarding this new and exciting service please contact the College on 9407-9000.

Click Here for Semester 1 2017 Kinglake Route Map

Click Here for Semester 1 2017 Eden Park/Wollert Map

Click Here for Proposed 2017 Yarrambat/Mernda/Doreen Route Map

Marymede Catholic College School Bus Student Code of Conduct Agreement

PTV Route 383 currently stops at Marymede Catholic College as part of its daily timetable. To view route infromation please click HERE

 

Additional Dyson buses travel along Plenty Road and Findon Road, students would have to walk from the bus stops.

For information on bus routes, contact Dysons on 9436 3800 or http://dysongroup.com.au/metropolitan-route-listing-timetables

The College is a part of the Travel smart project which is an ongoing project with the City of Whittlesea.

TravelSmart

TravelSmart Victoria projects involve State and Local Governments working with individuals, households and organisations in a number of different ways. The program's aim is to create less car traffic on the roads, less pollution and greenhouse gases, stronger local economies and improved community safety.

The program is designed to help people reduce their dependency on cars and if possible to choose alternatives such as cycling, walking or catching public transport.

Marymede Catholic College is currently working with the City of Whittlesea on developing a School Travel Plan.