Getting to Griffith

You can travel to Griffith campuses by light rail, tram, bus, train and car.

Public transport

Public transport is managed by TransLink. The cheapest and easiest way to use light rail, bus and train services is to use a go card—a rechargeable travel card that gives users discounted fares.

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Getting to campus

Explore our campuses to help you get to campus for the first time.

Travelling between campuses

Nathan – Mt Gravatt

The inter-campus bus between Nathan and Mt Gravatt campuses is a free service for students. It operates from Monday to Friday, departing Nathan on the hour and half hour, and quarter past and quarter to the hour from Mt Gravatt.

Nathan – Gold Coast

The inter-campus bus between Nathan and Gold Coast campuses operates during trimester only (including examination periods) from Monday to Friday. Tickets are $5 for students.


You will need either an International or a Queensland Driver Licence to drive in Queensland.

Buying a car

Before buying a car, consider the running costs. Owning one can cost up to an extra $120 – $140 per week.

Visit Parking for information on parking permits and carpooling.


Cycling is a cheap and easy way to get around and there are numerous bike tracks both on campus and throughout the local area.

Visit bike racks and end-of-trip facilities to find out about bike racks locations, shower facilities and lockers on-campus.

Taxi cabs

Local taxi services include:

It is not customary to tip the driver in Australia.

Contact us

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