Link pre-work begins

In readiness for imminent work on the new Flinders Link train line and Flinders Station, a portion of the gravel area in car park 12 will be unavailable from Monday 20 May, and an additional University shuttle bus collection point will also be introduced from this date.

Car park works

With a section of car park 12 required for construction of the Flinders Link project, this area will be fenced off next week with sealed parks in the northern section of car park 12 (towards Sturt Road) to remain open. While these works take place, car park 12 will become Flinders parking only – no visitor parking will be permitted from 20 May.

To help balance the available number of car parks, the University is looking to expand car park 21 by the start of Semester 2 this year.

Loop and shuttle bus services

From Monday 20 May 2019 the Flinders Living University Hall shuttle will include an additional collection point at car park 22. This shuttle bus runs continuously to Registry Road approximately every 7 minutes from 6am – 9pm during semester.

Other free transport options to help get around campus Monday – Friday include:

  • car park 12 shuttle – car park 12 to Registry Road on demand from 7am – 1pm
  • campus loop bus – departs Registry Road at 8.15am approximately every 5 minutes. Links car parks 3, 4, 9, 13 and FMC until 9.45pm during semester
  • Tonsley loop bus – departs Registry Road at 7am approximately every 20 minutes. Links car park 15, Sturt and Tonsley until 6pm


Flinders Link is expected to be complete by mid-to-late next year. For more information about this project, please email: For staff queries about parking please select ‘car parking query’ in Service One or phone 8201 2733.

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