Visit Public Transport Victoria for times and more detail about public transport options.
Maps and directions to IBAS are available on this website.
Heidelberg Station (on the Eltham/Hurstbridge line) is adjacent to the Austin Hospital. It is a 5-10 minute walk from the station to the Sleep and Respiratory Laboratory (see maps and directions page).
IBAS can be reached by buses that stop either at Heidelberg train station or along Burgundy Street.
The following buses stop at Heidelberg Station, which is then a 5-10 minute walk through the Austin Hospital to the Sleep and Respiratory Laboratory (see maps and directions page).
546: Melbourne University via Clifton Hill
(this bus travels from Queen Victoria Market - Melbourne University – Alexandra Parade – Clifton Hill Station – Heidelberg Road – Lower Heidelberg Road – Heidelberg Station)
551: La Trobe University via Upper Heidelberg Road
(this bus travels from La Trobe University – Waterdale Road – Upper Heidelberg Road – Burgundy Street – Heidelberg Station)
903: Mordialloc via Doncaster Shopping Centre, Box Hill and Chadstone
(for this leg of the trip the bus travels from Mordialloc – Oakleigh – Holmesglen – Burwood – Box Hill – Doncaster Shoppingtown – Manningham Road – Heidelberg Station)
903: Altona via Northland and DFO and Sunshine.
(for this leg of the trip the bus travels from Altona – Sunshine – Essendon – DFO Essendon – Bell Street – Coburg Station – Preston Station – Northland Shopping Centre – Bell Street – Heidelberg Station)
The following buses stop on Burgundy Street, which is then a 3 minute walk to the Sleep and Respiratory Laboratory (see maps and directions page).
513: Eltham/Glenroy via Greensborough or Lower Plenty.
(this bus travels from Eltham – Greensborough – Rosanna – Heidelberg (Burgundy Street) – Bell Street – Coburg Station – Glenroy Station)
551: See above
903: See above
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