TRANSPORT

Transport 2018-12-12T12:25:46+00:00

St Joseph’s College is located in the outer eastern suburbs and we are easily accessible by public transport and a range of dedicated bus services.

Regular and reliable bus services operate from a number of locations in the area to the College. Students can also travel by train to Ferntree Gully station and then transfer to a bus or walk 10 minutes directly to the College.

When applying for School Bus Travel, and prior to proceeding to the ‘Application to Travel’ section of the School Bus Management System, applicants are to complete a PTV journey planner assessment at the following location: https://www.ptv.vic.gov.au/journey Should the journey planner assessment identify that you reside within 1.6km to available public transport, you should make arrangements to access that public transport with a concessionary ticket.

Further information regarding ticketing is available at www.ptv.vic.gov.au.

Private Buses run by St Joseph’s College

  • Narre Warren SJC10
  • Springvale SJC12

The cost of St Joseph’s College private bus routes is $720 per semester per student. A full terms notice is required upon cancellation or a terms fee will be charged in lieu of notice.

Private bus services listed above are based on 2018 routes. In the event any of these routes are under subscribed the bus may be cancelled or the route altered. To apply for travel on a St Joseph’s College private bus route Click here. Return completed applications to College Student Reception.

Buses coordinated by PTV / Upwey High School:

  • Silvan
  • Macclesfield

To apply for the Silvan or Macclesfield bus, please go to https://schoolbusapplication.ptv.vic.gov.au.

Buses coordinated by PTV:

  • Cockatoo
  • Main & Glenfern Road

Students wishing to travel on the Cockatoo or Main & Glenfern Road buses are required to complete an application form. Click here to download. Please complete and return to St Joseph’s College. A Myki card is required for travel on these services.

For further information please contact the College on 9758 2000.