MLC is fortunate to be located just 8km from the cultural vibrancy of Melbourne’s CBD, dubbed the ‘world’s most liveable city’.

Melbourne is world renowned for its vibrant arts scene, sports facilities, public events and multiculturalism. It also boasts some of the country's top universities.

As well as MLC's close proximity to the CBD, the bustling urban centre of Glenferrie Road and Hawthorn also sit nearby with multiple public transport options, cafes, health services and leisure activities only minutes’ walk away. Senior School students are encouraged to be independent and are permitted to leave the campus grounds when not in class to enjoy the neighbourhood surrounds, much as in the same way as tertiary education allows.

Our central location and ease of access mean that our students come from all areas of Melbourne, not just the neighbouring suburbs. This adds to the diversity of community that MLC is known for.
 

Public Transport

Tram:

The route 16 tram stops directly outside of MLC on Glenferrie Road, and connects to many other tram routes including routes 8, 70, 72 and 75.

Train:

Glenferrie Railway Station is an easy 10 minute walk down the road, serviced by the Belgrave/Lilydale/Alamein lines.

Click here to view Public Transport Victoria Maps.

 

Regional Public Transport

V/Line Regional Train:

MLC is easily accessible via the V/Line regional train. Less than 8 km from the Kew campus, MLC has a dedicated Mini Bus that will pick up and drop off MLC Boarding students to and from Southern Cross (Spencer Street) Station.

Click here to view the V/Line website

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