For the most up-to-date information on bus and train services, including routes, timetables and fares, visit the Adelaide Metro website.

Bedford Park Campus

Buses to campus

Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus is serviced by a number of buses that travel from the northern and southern suburbs of Adelaide, stopping in the city centre and at the Westfield Arndale and Marion shopping centres, via arterial roads such as Tapleys Hill Road, Prospect Road, Portrush Road, Goodwood Road and South Road. In the morning and afternoon there are several express services that operate between the city and the University.

Loop bus

Services from the southern suburbs and the Marion Access Service connect with the University's loop bus service at the Flinders Medical Centre. There are also connecting services from railway stations and Westfield Marion. The free University loop bus service runs during semester to link the north and south ridge precincts and the Sturt precinct with the Flinders Medical Centre bus interchange, while the free Tonsley loop buses run between the southern campuses via the suburbs of Marion, Mitchell Park and St Mary’s. Loop buses drop students off at convenient, on-campus locations, right on the University's doorstep.


The closest train station on the Belair line is the Eden Hills station, however there are connecting buses between the Bedford Park campus and Blackwood station. Clovelly Park station (on the Tonsley line) is only a short walk from our Tonsley campus, where you can catch the Tonsley loop buses to get to Bedford Park.


City Campus

Our city campus is well connected to the public transport network, just a short walk away making it easy for you to travel hassle-free.  Find timetables, route details and real-time information on the Adelaide Metro website.


The Flinders Railway Line provides unrivalled connectivity, linking to trains, trams, buses, and active transport options. You can seamlessly transition between our Bedford Park, Tonsley, and City Campuses via the Flinders door-to-door rail link, as well as bus and tram routes on North Terrace. Plan your journey and access timetables through Adelaide Metro.

Free City Connector bus

Take advantage of the free City Connector bus, offering a hop-on and hop-off service to the city and North Adelaide.  Bus route 98A and 98C connect North Adelaide with the city, and 99A and 99C connect the inner-city. Services operate every 15 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends. 

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