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Salaam Monash

Handbook for Muslim students

monash.edu/salaam-monash
AUSTRaLIa CHINA InDIa ITaLY MaLaYSIa SOUTh aFRIca

Contents
Living in Australia: Experiencing a multicultural and multireligious society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Greetings and language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Socialising. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clothing .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Discussing religion and politics. . . . . . . . . Gender equality .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Equal opportunity .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disability Liaison Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Rights at Monash . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 4

Muslim medical and dental practitioners. . . . . . . . . . . . 14


Male doctors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Female doctors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Dentists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Schools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Islamic schools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Islamic services .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Islamic banking and finance . . . . . . . . . . Books and clothing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Funeral services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Islamic organisations .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Womens groups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Halal Halal Halal Halal food products in Australia . . . . . . . grocery outlets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . butchers retail and wholesale .. . . . restaurants and take-aways. . . . . . 16 16 16 16 16 17 17 17 19 21 22 23 24 25

Facilities and resources on campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5


Support services on campus . . . . . . . . . . Monash Connect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Counselling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Health Service .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Religious facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5 5 5 6

Halal food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Islamic celebrations . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Ramadan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Eid ul Fitr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Eid ul Adha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Campus maps.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Berwick campus map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caulfield campus map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clayton campus map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parkville campus map .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peninsula campus map .. . . . . . . . . . . . .

Monash University Islamic student groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sporting facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Halal food on campus .. . . . . . . . . . 9 Other university Muslim student societies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Community resources .. . . . . . . . . 11
Mosques and Prayer Centres. . . . . . . . . 11

Living in Australia: Experiencing a multicultural and multireligious society


Australia is a diverse, multicultural and multireligious society. Our population includes Indigenous Australians the traditional owners and caretakers of the land; the descendants of convicts and settlers who arrived on our shores with European settlement; and a wide array of migrants from around the globe. Today more than a quarter of Australians were born overseas. Australia welcomes people from all over the world and does not discriminate on racial, cultural or religious grounds. As a nation, we embrace the spectrum of religious beliefs. Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh and other places of worship are found in almost every major city. Because of this diversity, it is very difficult to precisely define what constitutes Australian culture. However, the following may be useful for new visitors. Some people shake hands to greet each other, regardless of gender. This is more common in a business setting. Sometimes people kiss each other once on the cheek or give a brief hug for greetings and goodbyes. Some Australians may find it awkward and impolite to be refused a handshake, which can present some difficulties for Muslims who follow stricter interpretations of touching proscriptions based on gender. If so, explain in a polite manner why it is not appropriate for you to shake the hand of a person of the opposite gender. Australian slang www.koalanet.com.au/australian-slang.html

Socialising
Australians enjoy informal socialising, and will host social functions such as dinners, barbeques or parties. Sometimes it can be BYO which means bring your own drinks or meat for a barbeque or bring a plate where each guest brings a plate with food to share with others. Although some Australians are vegetarians and vegans, and others belong to religious minorities that observe dietary restrictions, most Australians are not. Some may be uninformed about the dietary requirements of Muslims. If you have been invited to someones house to eat, it is a good idea to gently forewarn your host with the halal requirements you observe and/or offer to bring something to eat and share. Vegetarian options are usually available at restaurants, but be aware that these may sometimes contain alcohol.

Greetings and language


Australians are often not very formal so greetings are usually casual. The quintessential Australian greeting is gday mate but hi and hello are common. Use of informal nicknames is common and can include the shortening of names (Johnno instead of Johnathon). It is also relatively common for people to use each others first names, particularly if they are of the same age or are young adults. If in doubt, feel free to use someones title with their last name, e.g. Mr Smith or Professor Jones but dont be surprised if you are informed that you can use their first name. Women were traditionally given Miss if unmarried and Mrs if married. But Ms (pronounced mizz) for either is now common and useful if you are unaware what the person prefers to be called.

Drinking alcohol is a common part of socialising among Australian adults, including in homes, at pubs and bars, as well as with dinner at restaurants and informal gatherings at work, such as after hours at the end of the week. It may help to decide ahead of time the level of comfort you have with being in the presence of alcohol-consumption, to help decide the types of events you wish to attend or decline. Australian culture and etiquette www.dfat.gov.au/facts/people_culture.html www.immi.gov.au/living-in-australia/chooseaustralia/about-australia/au-customs

Australia has no official state religion and people are free to practise any religion they choose, as long they obey the law. Australia is a predominantly Christian country, with around 61% of all Australians identifying as Christians. However, most other major religious faiths are also practised, reflecting Australias culturally diverse society. Australians are also free not to have a religion. About 20% of Australians indicated on the most recent census that they have no religion (this includes atheists and agnostics). www.dfat.gov.au/aib/the-land-and-itspeople.html

Clothing
The types of clothing that people wear reflect the diversity in Australian society, the social situation and variations in the weather. There are no laws or rules on clothing. Monash respects different cultures and styles of dress. Students generally wear casual clothing on campus. It is common for male and female students to wear jeans, t-shirts and jumpers. In the summer, students dress for comfort and can be seen in dresses, skirts, singlet tops and shorts. Australians are expected to wear certain clothingstylesin work situations. Most workplaces have dress standards but this varies on the type and location of the work undertaken. Outside the work situation, clothingstyleis a personal choice.

Gender equality
Australia does not practice gender segregation in comparison to some Muslim countries. As mentioned previously, men and women shake hands and there is no sexual inference in this type of mild touching. Australian values and laws affirm gender equality. The Sex Discrimination Act 1984 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, marital status, pregnancy or potential pregnancy in a range of areas of public activity, including work, accommodation, education, the provision of goods, facilities and services, the activities of clubs and the administration of Commonwealth laws and programs. In a 2012 global survey, Australia topped a list of 128 countries for womens access to education, equal pay, childcare and anti-discrimination policies.[1] In addition, legislation is now in place to make it easier for men to be involved in family and caring responsibilities.
[1] www.booz.com/global/home/what-we-think/ third_billion

Discussing religion and politics


Australians are relatively comfortable discussing politics, but may be more reticent to bring up religious topics, although non-Muslims can be curious about Islam and Muslims if they have not previously had the opportunity to get to know a Muslim. If they perceive a Muslim is open to being questioned they may use the opportunity to clarify questions and ideas.

Workplace gender equality www.wgea.gov.au/learn/about-workplacegender-equality

Equal opportunity
Australians believe in equal opportunity. In Australia there are laws that protect people from unlawful discrimination based on:

race, colour, national or ethnic origin, nationality sex or gender, lawful sexual activity, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy or potential pregnancy, breastfeeding, status as a parent or carer religious or political belief or activity, industrial activity age, physical features, disability (past, present or imputed), medical record, or personal association with someone identified by reference to any of the above.

In Victoria, racial and religious vilification is also unlawful. Vilification is defined as a conduct that incites hatred against, serious contempt for, or revulsion or severe ridicule of another person or class of person on the grounds of their race or religion. If you feel you have been sexually harassed or treated less favourably on the basis of one the attributes listed above, the University has an Adviser Network where you can seek advice. We prefer you let us know if you are dealing with a problem. The University provides online equal opportunity training material for students studying at Monash. It is free of charge and you are most welcome to log in as a Monash student and complete the session. www.monash.edu/equity-diversity/ discriminationharassment/onlinetraining/ index.html Monash Equity and Diversity www.monash.edu/equity-diversity Discrimination and Harassment Adviser Network www.monash.edu/equity-diversity/ discriminationharassment/contact-anadviser.html

Discrimination is when people are treated less favourably on the basis of one or more of the attributes listed above. Sexual harassment is a form of unlawful discrimination and is against the law. It is any conduct of a sexual nature, which is unwelcome and in the circumstances is likely to cause someone to feel offended, humiliated or intimidated.

Disability Liaison Unit


Students who have a disability that may impact on their study at University can seek assistance from the Disability Liaison Unit (DLU). You will be required to provide documentation from your treating medical practitioner. The medical information you provide is private and not released without your consent. Contact the DLU as soon as possible to discuss your requirements. www.monash.edu/equity-diversity/disability/ index.html

If you are concerned by the behaviour of someone at Monash, you are encouraged to seek help. Please contact the Universitys Safer Community Unit on 9905 1599 or via email at safercommunity@monash.edu. Safer Community www.adm.monash.edu/safercommunity

Student Rights at Monash


All students at Monash University have the right to access free advice and advocacy provided by Student Rights Officers associated with the student association on your campus. These associations are independent of the University and advocacy by experienced and qualified staff is provided on a confidential basis. They can assist you in applying for special consideration, and dealing with administrative issues, and work with you if you feel that you have been unfairly treated. To speak with a Student Rights Officer, get in touch with the student association at your campus. Student Rights Officers www.ombudsman.monash.edu/ studentrightsofficers.html The University will not tolerate any form of discrimination, harassment or bullying. Bullying is considered an abuse of power and involves repeated unreasonable behaviour such as verbal abuse; humiliation through sarcasm, criticism or insults; excluding or isolating a person; psychological/emotional harassment; intimidation; assigning unreasonable tasks; deliberately withholding information or inconveniencing someone.

Facilities and services on campus


Support services on campus
Upon commencement at Monash, attend the Orientation activities on your campus. These events are designed to help you get organised for your studies, become familiar with the campus, staff and support services and meet other students. If you are an international student it is important to attend an International Student: Essential information session. Throughout the year there are also events for international students with families in Australia to help you get connected. www.monash.edu/orientation Most importantly, we act as a referral centre and help you access the right service for your enquiry including; Safer Communities, Counselling, Monash Residential Services, family and child care services and chaplaincy. www.monash.edu/connect

Counselling
The universitys counselling service provides free, professional and confidential psychological counselling to all Monash students. We offer individual appointments to help you work through your issues and group programs in areas such as exam skills, stress management, assertiveness and communication skills. www.monash.edu/counselling

Monash Connect
Monash Connect is your first point of contact for student services. The team of staff will assist you to access information and get the administrative support you need during your time at Monash University. You can access these services by either visiting one of the service points, phone or on-line (see back of booklet for contact details). Services offered include; ID cards, enrolments, fees, official letters and transcripts, exams and graduations. We understand that international students require specialised services. Monash Connect can assist with:

Health Service
Some Monash campuses have a fully accredited general practice, with male and female doctors available. They provide a broad range of general health and medical services for students with an emphasis on illness prevention and health education. The services cover areas such as family planning, travel health, womens health, sexual health, sports medicine and psychological assistance in conjunction with other services such as counselling. www.monash.edu/health-medical

Financial aid Liaison with Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) providers Visa compliance and extensions General visa information if you have family accompanying you in Australia Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) Accommodation assistance Providing new international students with free airport pick up service on arrival

Religious facilities
Clayton
Centrally located, the Religious Centre (Building 9) comprises a large worship and meeting area for the use by all religious groups on campus. The Religious Centre has prayer rooms for both men and women (men in G06a and women in G07), which are open for daily prayers and equipped with ablution facilities, prayer mats and slippers. A mosque is located at 16 Beddoe Avenue, Clayton which is adjacent to the University. It has separate washing facilities for men and women. Plans are underway to build a purpose built mosque at the current premises. The mosque is administered by the Islamic Association of Monash Mosque. Sh Abu Omar is the Imam of the mosque. Jummah prayers start at 1.15pm and finish just before 1.50pm and are held in the Monash Sports centre. Male and female students are welcome to attend. Jummah prayers at Monash www.monashmosque.org.au The Imams who conduct the Friday congregational prayer are available for consultation and advice about religious matters. Please contact Mohamed Mohideen via telephone 9902 9156 or email mohamed. mohideen@monash.edu.

Caulfield Ground Floor, Building B (women), Ground Floor, Building T (men), Corner Sir John Monash Drive and Queens Avenue, Caulfield. Telephone: 9903 2500 Jummah prayers start at 1.30 pm and finish just before 2.00 pm and are held in Chisholm Hall in Building S. Male and female students are welcome to attend. Parkville Multi-faith room, Second floor, Lecture theatre block (near lecture theatre 3). Telephone: 9903 9635 Peninsula Multi-faith quiet room, Room A1.19, Level 1, Building A. Telephone: 9904 4223 See campus maps at back of booklet.

Berwick, Caulfield, Parkville and Peninsula


There are Muslim prayer rooms, which provide washing facilities and prayer mats at the following campuses: Berwick Quiet room for reflection and prayer, Room 145, Level 1, Building 901. Telephone: 9904 7019 (no washing facilities)

Islamic celebrations
Ramadan
Clayton
Tharaweeh and qiyamul layl prayers are performed at the Monash University mosque in Beddoe Avenue during Ramadan. Tharaweeh prayers are open to both male and female students. The Monash University Islamic Society holds Iftar once a week on the Clayton campus during the month of Ramadan. Iftars are also held at the mosque.

Eid ul Fitr
Eid prayers for Eid ul Fitr are conducted by the University mosque at the Clayton campus. www.monashmosque.org.au

Eid ul Adha
Prayers are held at the Clayton campus during Eid ul Adha. The Eid prayers at Monash University are attended by more than 4000 people from more than 37 countries. www.mef.com.au

Caulfield
Tharaweeh prayer are performed during the month of Ramadan in the Caulfield prayer rooms. Monash Caulfield Islamic Society organise daily Iftar.

Monash University Islamic student groups


The Monash University Islamic societies are student representative bodies on a number of campuses. They run various activities including Islamic study circle, Arabic classes, lectures and seminars and social gatherings. The Islamic societies are open to Muslims and non-Muslims who are interested in increasing their knowledge of Islam and receiving peer support from fellow Muslim students. For more information, contact: Clayton Monash University Islamic Society (MUIS) www.facebook.com/MonashMuslims Monash Mosque

Caulfield Monash Caulfield Islamic Society (MCIS) www.monsucaulfield.org.au/clubs.asp www.facebook.com/ MonashCaulfieldIslamicSociety

www.monashmosque.org.au info@monashmosque.org.au

Parkville Monash University Islamic Society (MUIS) parkvillemuis@gmail.com www.facebook.com/muis.parkville.1

Sporting facilities
Monash Sport offers a variety of services, facilities and events to help you stay fit and healthy. Segregated change rooms for males and females are available. Swim classes and recreational swimming is available at the Clayton campus. There are swim sessions for women only and they are run by women. For more information and to enrol, call Monash Sport on 9905 4115. Water Women www.monash.edu/sport/aquatics/ learn-to-swim/water-women.html

Halal food on campus


Halal products are available at the following food outlets: Clayton Meeting Point, Ground floor, Campus Centre, Building 10 Laziza Kebabs, Ground floor, Hargrave Library, Building 30 Halls of Residence Cafe, Ground Floor, Building 47 Arena Cafe, Sports complex Pre-packed halal food is also available from Frank and Lily Lee Asian Grocery Store, Ground floor, Campus Centre, Building 10 All the above venues are monitored by the Monash Mosque Committee for halal compliance. Parkville Zodiac Cafe, Ground floor, Scott Building

Note: It is the responsibility of each individual to check and verify that the meals are halal.

Other university Muslim student societies


RMIT Islamic Society (RMITIS)
c/o RMIT Student Union PO Box 12387 ABeckett Street Melbourne, 3001 Telephone: 9925 2437 www.su.rmit.edu.au/clubs/spiritual/ rmit-islamic-society

VU Muslim Club (VUMC)


City Flinders Campus 300 Flinders Street Melbourne, 3000 Email: vumc@googlegroups.com

La Trobe University Islamic Society


HUED Building on level 2 Rooms 201-202 Bundoora, 3083 Email: ltu_is@yahoo.com.au www.latrobe.edu.au/students/new-students/ international/settling/religion/muslimstudents

Swinburne University Islamic Society


c/o Clubs and Societies Corner John Sreet and Burwood Road Hawthorn, 3122 Telephone: 9214 5445 www.myssaa.com.au/clubs/swinburne_ islamic_society

University of Melbourne Islamic Society (UMIS)


Mailbox 93 First Floor, Union House University of Melbourne, 3010 Email: contactumis@gmail.com union.unimelb.edu.au/clubs/islamic-society

Islamic Society of Victoria University (ISVU)


c/o Clubs and Societies Footscray Campus Ballarat Road Footscray, 3011 www.vu.edu.au/student-life/life-on-campus/ clubs-societies

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Community resources
Prayer times
Prayer times can be downloaded from the Islamic Finder website www.islamicfinder.org

Mosques and prayer centres


Suburb
Broadmeadows Brunswick

Mosque/Prayer Centre
Broadmeadows Mosque 45-55 King St, Broadmeadows Islamic Call Society 19 Michael St, Brunswick Islamic Centre of Australia 660 Sydney Rd, Brunswick

Telephone
9359 0054 9387 7100 9386 8423

Bundoora Burwood Campbellfield Carlton North Clayton Coburg

La Trobe University Plenty Rd, Level 2 across from Educ 2 Deakin University Building H2 or H3, 221 Burwood Hwy, Burwood Australian Islamic Cultural Centre 46-48 Mason St, Campbellfield Albanian Australian Islamic Society 765 Drummond St, Carlton North Monash University Mosque 16 Beddoe Av, Clayton (entry from campus side) Coburg ISNA Mosque 995 Sydney Rd, Coburg North Coburg Mosque (Fatih Mosque) 31 Nicholson St, Coburg 9357 1203 9347 6505 9902 9156 9386 5324

Dandenong

Dandenong Mosque 10-12 Dalgety St, Dandenong Dandenong Turkish Islamic Society 139 Cleeland Rd, Dandenong

9793 2879 9793 5838 9310 8811 9842 6491

Deer Park Doncaster

Deer Park Mosque 283 Station Rd, Deer Park United Migrant Muslim Association 72 George Rd, Doncaster

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Suburb
Doveton Fawkner Fitzroy Footscray Geelong Glenroy Heidelberg Hoppers Crossing

Mosque/Prayer Centre
Afghan Mosque of Victoria 14 Photinia St, Doveton Fawkner Mosque 90 Lowson St, Fawkner Fitzroy Mosque 144 Fitzroy St, Fitzroy Footscray West Mosque 294 Essex St, Footscray Geelong Mosque 45-47 Bostock Av, Manifold Heights Glenroy Musala 1st Floor, 92 Wheatsheaf Rd, Glenroy Heidelberg Mosque Corner Lloyd St and Elliot St, West Heidelberg Werribee Mosque 20 Evrah Drv, Hoppers Crossing Werribee Islamic Centre 143a Hogans Rd, Hoppers Crossing

Telephone
9701 7300

9417 5760

5224 2422

Huntingdale Keysborough Lysterfield Maidstone

Huntingdale Mosque 320-324 Huntingdale Rd, Huntingdale Keysborough Turkish Islamic & Cultural Centre 396 Greens Rd, Keysborough Lysterfield Mosque 1273 Wellington Rd, Lysterfield Al Nur Mosque 36 Studley St, Maidstone Maidstone Mosque 294 Essex St, Maidstone

9543 8037 9701 5913 9752 9977 9317 9201

Meadow Heights

Meadow Heights Mosque Hudson Circuit, Meadow Heights

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Suburb
Melbourne

Mosque/Prayer Centre
Melbourne West Mosque 66-68 Jeffcott St, Melbourne RMIT City Campus Level 3, Building 11, Corner Franklin & Bowen St, Melbourne RMIT Business Males 108.3.24 Females 108.3.23 108 Bourke St, Melbourne Royal Women Hospital Basement, Grattan St, Melbourne Melbourne University 158 Bouveries St, Carlton (Pitman Books Building) Southern Cross Station Prayer Room Access through the Waiting Room, Ground floor, Collins St concourse

Telephone
9328 2067

Newport Noble Park Prahran Preston Springvale Sunshine Thomastown Tullamarine

Newport Mosque 1 Walker St, Newport Bosnia Hercegovina Islamic Society 18 Leonard Ave, Noble Park Western Thrace Islamic Society 101-103 Union St, Prahran Omar Bin Khattab Mosque 90 Cramer St, Preston Springvale Mosque 68 Garnworthy St, Springvale Cypriot Turkish Islamic Community 618 Ballarat Rd, Sunshine Thomastown Turkish Islamic & Education Society 124-130 Station St, Thomastown Melbourne International Airport Musala Departure Lounge, Melbourne Airport, Tullamarine

9391 0449 9546 8089

9470 5936

9363 6171 9465 3526

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Muslim medical and dental practitioners


Male doctors
Name
Dr P Campisi Dr A S Ansari Dr M Erciyas Dr M M Habib Dr A Ibrahim Dr S Sabran Dr A Mustafa Dr M A Khan Dr H Munir Dr A A Sheriff Dr U Uluca

Address
University Health Service, Monash University,Caulfield Campus, Building B 390 Main Rd West, St Albans 212 Blair St, Broadmeadows 347 Barry Rd, Campbellfield 705 Waverley Rd, Glen Waverley 25 Magnolia Blvd, Meadow Heights 732 Sydney Rd, Brunswick 20 Collins St, Melbourne 96 David St, Dandenong 132 Sydney Rd, Coburg 17 Victoria Cres, St Albans 29 Sun Cres, Sunshine

Telephone
9903 1177 9367 4648 9309 0533 9357 0202 9560 9473 9308 0311 9383 1082 9650 3041 9791 6555 9383 3355 9364 2963 9312 6050

Female doctors
Name
Dr M S Hussain Dr S Ildiri Dr K F Ilahee Dr S Moustapha Dr T S Sheriff Dr R Rawal Dr S Yilmaz

Address
Shop 40, Westfield Shopping Town,Airport West 157 Sydney Rd, Coburg 1 Noble St, Noble Park 708 Sydney Rd, Brunswick 17 Victoria Cres, St Albans 24 Shuter St, Moonee Ponds Suite 8, 39-41 Florence St, Mentone

Telephone
9338 3121 9386 5627 9548 0666 9383 2337 9364 2963 9326 2914 9583 1333

Dentists
Name
Dentaservice Dr A Chehnah Dr M Komser Dr O Mustafa

Address
250 Childs Rd, Mill Park 659-661 Bell St, Preston 76 Sydney Rd, Coburg 208 Blair St, Broadmeadows 1 Ellerslie Crt, Noble Park

Telephone
9401 2120 9484 4477 9386 5225 9302 1435 9795 9507

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Schools
In Australia, there are both government and private schools. Government schools throughout Australia provide quality education for everyone in the local region, irrespective of their means, religion or background. Although government schools are free to Australian citizens, fees are charged for children of international students. If you have a sponsorship or scholarship from the Australian Government (e.g. the AusAID or IPRS) you will not have to pay school fees for your children at government schools. Private schools charge all students fees regardless of their citizenship status.

www.education.vic.gov.au/findaservice www.study.vic.gov.au

Islamic schools
Suburb Broadmeadows Coburg School/College ILIM College 30 Inverlock Cres, Broadmeadows Australian International Academy of Education 56 Bakers Rd, Coburg North King Khalid Coburg Campus 653 Sydney Rd, Coburg Fawkner Hoppers Crossing Noble Park Preston Springvale Darul Ulum College of Victoria Baird St, Fawkner Islamic Schools of Victoria Werribee College 201 Sayers Rd, Hoppers Crossing United Islamic Cultural Centre of Australia 1286 Heatherton Rd, Noble Park East Preston Islamic College 55-57 Tyler St, Preston
Minaret College 1 Birch St, Springvale

Telephone 9302 3770 9350 4533 9354 0833 9355 6800 9269 5000 9706 9991 9478 3323 9574 0567

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Islamic services
Islamic banking and finance
Muslim Community Co-operative Australia (MCCA) 169 Sydney Rd, Coburg 3058 1300 724 734 9386 4344/9889 2255 www.mcca.com.au

Funeral services
ISOMER Janaza Services Wellington Rd, Lysterfield 3156 9848 2863/0413 454 987 Islamic Society of Geelong Inc Bostock Ave, Manifold Heights 3218 5275 2161 Islamic Society of Victoria 90 Cramer St, Preston 3072 9470 5936/ 0417 889 956 Australian Islamic Funeral Services 45 King St, Broadmeadows 3047 9359 0054

Books and clothing


The House of Emaan 552 Sydney Rd, Brunswick 3056 9388 0155 Roshans Fashions 69 Foster St, Dandenong 3175 9792 5688 63 Waterfield St, Coburg 3058 9350 7373 Islamic Books and Clothing 207 Sydney Rd, Coburg 3048 9386 2771 www.ibcshopping.com.au Islamic Books and Clothing 122 Cheltenham Rd Dandenong 3175 9791 1985 The Islamic Bookshop of Hiclaya & Ihsan 95 Holmes St, Brunswick 3056 9386 6133

Islamic organisations
Australian Federation of Islamic Councils www.muslimsaustralia.com.au
Islamic Association of Australia Islamic Council of Victoria

www.irca.org.au/links/index.htm www.icv.org.au

Womens groups
Islamic Womens Welfare Council of Victoria 1/19 Arthurton Rd, Northcote 3070 9481 3000

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Halal food
Halal food products in Australia
Many grocery items available in Melbourne shops and supermarkets are halal. The best way to check if processed food is halal is to see if it is certified by the Halal Certification AuthorityAustralia. It can be useful to look at the labels of food products. The ingredients and food additives are usually listed on the label. Sometimes additives are represented by a number. A description of these additives can be found on the following websites. www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumerinformation/additives/ Halal products www.halalsquare.com.au www.halalhelpline.org

Halal grocery outlets


Disclaimer: Monash University accepts no responsibility for entrants under this listing being guaranteed halal. You are advised to check with businesses listed that they are still halal.

Suburb
Brunswick

Address
BAS Foods Australia,419 Victoria St, Brunswick NSM Halal Foods,381 Victoria St, Brunswick

Telephone
9381 1444 9387 7718 9357 7220 9354 9649 9818 5581 9308 8660

Campbellfield Coburg Hawthorn Somerton

Grand Foods,183 Barry Rd, Campbellfield Hassoun Grocery,101 Harding St, Coburg Laguna Oriental & Indonesian Supermarket 772 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn BAS Foods Direct,26-28 Somerton Rd, Somerton

Halal butchers retail and wholesale


Disclaimer: Monash University accepts no responsibility for entrants under this listing being guaranteed halal. You are advised to check with businesses listed that they are still halal.

Suburb
Altona

Address
Zahra Halal Meat, 69 The Circle Al Amena Halal Meats, 29 The Circle

Telephone
9399 4470 9399 2526

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Suburb
Broadmeadows

Address
Dallas Fresh Produce (Dallas Shopping Centre), 159 Blair St Middle East Wholesale Meats, 20 Olsen Pl Oz Poultry, G/114 Broadmeadows Shopping Centre Sultan Halal Meat & Poultry, Broadmeadows Shopping Centre, Shop 135 Ground Floor

Telephone
9309 8186 9309 2786 9309 1007 9309 8881 9387 0920 9384 6996 9386 1974 9380 4895 9386 0770 9357 9922 9544 2228 9386 1086 9302 1041 9302 3055 9793 9377 9708 5455 9708 5554 9706 6335 9372 2755 9687 2188 9689 9667 9748 0535 9749 4116 9360 9455 9309 8012 9792 4727 9701 7282 9548 4403 9489 6603 9471 8281 9471 4133 9310 9727

Brunswick

Alasya Butchers, 565 Sydney Rd Alis Halal Meats, 7/655 Sydney Rd Danacioglu Kasabi, 48-50 Holmes St Istanbul Halal Meats, 609 Sydney Rd Madina Halal Butcher, 755 Sydney Rd

Campbellfield Clayton Coburg Coolaroo Dallas Dandenong

Sultan Halal Meat Butcher, 354 Barry Rd, Sarawan Halal Butcher, 35 Dunstan St Walids Halal Meat, 18 Sydney Rd Central Wholesale Butchers, 134 Maffra St Dallas Butchers, 4 Dargie Crt Al Ameen Halal Meats, 67 Foster St Mar Mara Halal Meat, 266 Lonsdale St Savs Halal Butchery, 33a Langhorne St

Dandenong South Flemington Footscray Hoppers Crossing Laverton North Meadow Heights Noble Park

Supreme Halal Food, 41 Red Gum Dr Macca Halal Meat, 316 Racecource Rd Footscray Halal Meats, 174 Nicholson St Western Halal Meat, 53 Leeds St The Mediterranean, 9 Woodville Shopping Centre Wyndham Halal Meats, Shop 2, 1/3 Alexandra Ave Madina Halal Poultry, 1/23 Pipe Rd Sultan Halal Meat Butcher, 55 Paringa Blv Himat Butcher, 242 Railway Parade Noble Park Halal Poultry, 278 Railway Parade Savs Halal Wholesale Meats, 1/12a Leonard Ave,

Northcote Preston Reservoir St Albans

Halal Market Meat Factory, 351 High St Halal Market Meat Factory, 425 High St Alfajr Halal Meats, 719 Gilbert Rd Chamis Butcher Halal Meat, 340 Main Rd West

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Halal restaurants and take-aways


Disclaimer: Monash University accepts no responsibility for entrants under this listing being guaranteed halal. You are advised to check with businesses listed that they are still halal.

Suburb
Ascot Vale Balwyn North Box Hill Broadmeadows Brunswick

Address
Halal Hot Bread Shop, 170 Union Rd, Ascot Vale Dunyazad Lebanese Restaurant, 329 Doncaster Rd Nights of Shiraz, 941 Station St Station Kebab House, 5/1100 Pascoe Vale Rd Adana Restaurant, 848 Sydney Rd Adananli Turkish Restaurant, 835 Sydney Rd Alasya 2, 163 Sydney Rd Alasya Turkish Restaurant, 555 Sydney Rd Bismi Restaurant, 848 Sydney Rd Central Kebab House, 661 Sydney Rd El-Fayha Sweets, 648 Sydney Rd Golden Terrace Restaurant, 803-805 Sydney Rd La Petite Aurora Restaurant, 151 Donald St Rumeli Restaurant, 618 Sydney Rd Sahara Pizza, 627 Sydney Rd Tabets Bakery, 607 Sydney Rd Tandoori Nights, 167 Sydney Rd Tibas Lebanese Food,504 Sydney Rd Namaste Indian Restaurant, Shop 6, Nathan Crt Bizzler Take Away, 337 Barry St Katik Take Away, 349 Barry Rd Ablas Lebanese Restaurant, 109 Elgin St Spicy Dragon, 3/23 Koornang Rd Nusantara Indonesian Cuisine, 19 Derby Rd Almazett Lebanese Restaurant, 208 Balaclava Rd Es Teler 77,354 Clayton Rd Dinnis, 1909 Dandenong Rd Sarawan Spices & Takeaway Food, 331 Clayton Rd Coburg Flame Grill Chicken, 61 Waterfield St Kebab Station, 9-10/451 Sydney Rd Lazzat Kadah, 61-63 Sydney Rd Pinarbasi, 279-281 Sydney Rd Saleem Indian Restaurant, 114 Bell St Abduls Halal Take Away Foods, 22 Elizabeth St

Telephone
9370 3650 9857 8778 9890 4331 9309 6626 9384 1829 9384 0737 9387 6914 9387 2679 9386 8611 9386 0599 9386 9674 9386 6729 9386 0441 9384 0011 9386 5400 9387 3461 9388 0823 9380 8425 9467 1868 9357 9337 9357 9997 9347 0006
9571 5668 9571 5402

Bundoora Campbellfield Carlton Carnegie Caulfield East Caulfield North Clayton

Coburg

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Suburb
Dandenong

Address
Afghan Pamir Kebab House, 195 Lonsdale St Punjab Sweet & Indian Take Away, 2 B Mason St
Taste of Paradise Pizza & Ribs, 8 Clow St

Telephone
9792 0197 9792 1694 9793 9888 9523 8683 9439 3550 9417 2430 9419 2183 9482 4240 9306 6000 9376 7777 9701 8626 9509 9823 9572 3816 9302 3999 9671 4433 9663 3980 9670 7550 9662 1678 9663 5886 9663 4052 9663 1388 9370 0818 9372 7569 9570 1122 9391 0563 9379 3666 9793 6670 9510 9332 9462 1259 9428 5113 9305 3677 9574 2693 9510 6944

Elsternwick Eltham Fitzroy

Glenroy Kensington Keysborough Malvern Malvern East Meadow Heights Melbourne (City)

Bala Da Dhaba, 56 Glen Eira Rd Ginger Garlic Indian Restaurant, 9/9 Dudley St Afghan Gallery Restaurant, 327 Brunswick St Fitzroy Kebab Place, 89 Smith St Moroccan Soup Bar, 183 St Georges Rd Glenroy Kebab House, 25/796 Pascoe Vale Rd Amania Restaurant, 522 Macaulay Rd Kebab Palace, Parkmore Shopping Centre, Food Court, 317 Cheltenham Rd Nicosia Kebab House, 250 Glenferrie Rd Salero Kito, 21-23 Waverly Rd Kebab House, 2 Meadow Hts Shop Centre Gourmet Curry Hut, 3-4/318 Little Collins St
Gaylord Tandoori Indian Restaurant, 4 Tattersalls Lane

King Indian Caf, 273 King St Little Malaysia Restaurant, 26 Liverpool St


Nelayan Indonesian Restaurant, 265 Swanston St

Moonee Ponds Murrumbeena Newport Niddre Noble Park Prahran Reservoir Richmond Roxburgh Park Springvale Windsor

Sawasdee Thai Restaurant, Level 1, 139 Little Burke St Kings Kababs, 163 Russell St Kareem Shah Nawaz Restaurant, 17 Hall St
Moonee Ponds Kebabs House, 1/19 Homer St

Oasis Bakery, 9/993 North Rd Caf Cedar, 422 Melbourne Rd Essendon Kebab Station, 1/372 Keilor Rd Yarraman Doner Kebabs, 234 Railway Parade Simply Indian Takeaway, 22/325 Chapel St Mimar Group Halal Meals, 1/218 The Broadway Kilim Turkish Restaurant, 366 Victoria Rd Ottoman Kebabs & Pizza, 4/250 Somerton Rd Rajus Indian Restaurant, 890 Dandenong Rd Marmara Restaurant, 68 Chapel St

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Berwick campus map Monash University Berwick campus


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Resident permit parking

Carpool parking

To Berwick Railway Station


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To Princes Highway

To Berwick Hospital

Building 901
Ground oor Disability Liaison Ofce. B2 Employment and Career Development. B2 Esolutions Service Desk. B2 International Student Support. B2 Lecture theatre G43. B2 Library. B2 Main entrance, caf. B2 Student Engagement and Support. B2 First oor Faculty of Business and Economics. B2 Lecture theatres 117, 133. B2 Quiet Room 145. B2 Second oor Campus administration. B2 Meeting room 235. B2 Tutorial rooms 231, 234. B2 Video conferencing 203. B2

Building 902
Ground oor Bookshop. A2 Computer Lab G63. A2 Facilities and Services ofce. A2 Monash Union of Berwick Students. A2 Student lounge, bar and bistro. A3 Tutorial room G57. A2 Tutorial rooms G68-70. A2 First oor Computer Lab 180. A2 International and mature-age student lounge. A2 Lecture theatres 195, 197. A3 Faculty of Education Education Teaching and Learning Space. A2

Building 903
Ground oor Computer Lab G63. A3 Gym G109. A2 Lecture Theatre G121. A3 Nursing laboratories G91 G92. A3 Security G117. A3 Tutorial rooms G101, G95. A3 First oor Faculty of Arts. A3 Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences. A3 Tutorial rooms 1139 1141. A2

Building 930
Monash Connect. A2

Building 931
Berwick Healthcare A3

Student accommodation
Hall of Residence. A3 Student ats. B4

Pavilion
Berwick Residential Services. A3 Recreation room and laundry. A3

Sporting facilities
Basketball courts. A4 Beach volleyball court. A3 Gymnasium (G109, building 903). A3 Soccer eld. B2

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Caulfield campus map


Monash University Caulfield campus
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Clarence Street Finch Street

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MRC Guineas Car Park


Blue permit parking

Queens

Key to car parking

Prayer Room for men


Map by Design and Publishing January 2013 Dudley Street

Building index

Building

Access Monash B4 F H Accounting and Finance A3 F Architecture B4 Art, Design and Architecture G Faculty Ofce B3 B,H,T Arts B3,A3,C3 Australian Centre for Jewish H Civilisation A3 K Bookshop B3 Business and Economics B3,A3,B2 A,H,N,S Business and Economics K Computer Laboratories B3 S Business Law and Taxation B2 J Car Park A2 Cauleld School of Information H Technology A3 Child Care Centre A1 (22-24 Derby Road) S Chisholm Hall B2 Computer Laboratories (general use) C3 T B Counselling Service B3 G Design B3 Director Cauleld Campus A Community B3 C e-Solutions B3 A e-Solutions Service Desk B3 Econometrics and Business Statistics A3 H H Economics A3 Employment and Career S Development B2 English, Communications and T Performance Studies C3 External Relations, Development H and Alumni A3 T Facilities and Services C3 G Faculty Gallery B3 H Faculty of Information Technology A3

B,C,D,E Fine Arts B4,B3 Fine Arts/Studios (2D) B4 D,E B,C Fine Arts/Studios (3D) B3 Fitness Centre B2 S Graduate Student Ofce Business and Economics B2 N Health Service B3 B Information B3 A Information Technology Computer Laboratories B3 B,K,T Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies B3 B Journalism Laboratories C3 T Library B3 A Mail and Transportation Services B3 A Management B2 N Marketing B2 S MBA B2 N Monash Asia Institute A3 H Monash Connect B3 A Monash European and EU Centre A3 H Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements B3 C Monash Residential Services B3 A Monash Sport B2 S Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) B4 F MONSU Cauleld B2 S Museum of Computing History B3 B Ofce of Future Students A1 871 Dandenong Rd Ofce of Marketing and Communications A3 H Ofce of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) B3 C Ofce of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Social Inclusion) B4 F Overseas Student Services (OSS) Lounge B2 S

Parenting/Disability Room B2 Political and Social Enquiry A3 Postgraduate Computer Laboratories A3,C3 Postgraduate Lounges A3,B3 Postgraduate Ofce (MPA) A3 Postgraduate Study Space B3 Pro Vice-Chancellor (Ofce of the Vice-Chancellor) B3 Public Health and Preventive Medicine B4 Reception B3 Security B3 Social Work B3 Switchboard B3 Vice-President, Marketing, Communications and Student Recruitment A3 Food outlets Bubble Cup B2 Caf Monsu B2 Camino Coffee House B3 Fresco Juice Bar B3 Gryph Inn Bar and Bistro B3 MamaDuke Cafe and Luca Restaurant A3 Tower Sushi B2

S H H,T H,A H A A F A B C A H S S C C K H S

Travelling to the campus


By car: The nine kilometre (six mile) trip from the city of Melbourne will take about 25 minutes in peak hour and 15 minutes at other times. If you are coming from Melbourne airport, add another 45 minutes in peak hour (and 30 minutes at other times). A taxi rank is situated on the railway station side of Sir John Monash Drive.

By train and tram: The Cauleld Railway Station is adjacent to the campus, and four lines stop at the station: Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston and Pakenham. The No. 3 tram from Swanston Street will also take you directly to Cauleld campus. By bus: Bus Route 624 Kew, Auburn Railway Station, Cauleld Railway Station, Chadstone Shopping Centre, Holmesglen Institute of TAFE, Oakleigh Railway Station. Bus Route 900 Stud Park Shopping Centre, Waverley Park, Monash University Clayton campus, Huntingdale Station, Oakleigh Railway Station, Chadstone Shopping Centre, Monash University Cauleld campus, Cauleld Railway Station. An intercampus bus commutes between the Cauleld and Clayton campuses every 25 minutes, between 7.30am and 9.15pm Monday to Friday during the academic year. The pick-up and drop-off point at Cauleld campus is from the bus shelter outside Building H on Dandenong Road. A free evening security bus is available for staff and students. The bus departs from the Security Ofce at half hourly intervals from 5.30pm to midnight. The bus operates Monday to Friday from March to mid-November. The bus drops staff and students to carparks and main streets within one and a half kilometres of the campus.

Parking
A user pay, multi-level car park is available on campus for staff, students, visitors and the general public. Entry to the car park is from Princes Avenue. Ticket machine parking ranging from one to ve hours is also available in surrounding streets.
Updated January 2013

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Clayton campus map


Monash University Clayton campus
1 2 3
83 52 NE 3 Howleys Road

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Normanby Road

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NE2 43 44 NE7 Halls of Residence


Lake

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Gardiner Road CSIRO

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Building 1

CSIRO Bayview Avenue N1


Ring Road West Inner

Martin Street
Building 3 Building 2

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Car pool parking

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Hockey Field
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Multi-level Car Park

40 82 80A 38

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Jock Marshall Reserve

Ring Road West Outer

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Beddoe Avenue

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Red Permit Ground Floor

205
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Oval 3

Engineering Road

85a
Hockey/ Soccer

79P C5 W2 81

28 29
Green Chemical Futures under construction

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Sports Contractor parking

85b Blackburn Road

Duerdin Street

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Woodside Ave

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Car pool parking

Tennis courts

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Monash Pool

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Australian Synchrotron

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Key to car parking (check signs for latest information)


Red permit Yellow permit Blue permit Green permit Brown permit 3 hour ticket parking 1 /2 hour ticket parking
1

RACV Pick up points


Residential authorised Carpool parking Services parking only parking

Security bus route and stop numbers

Motor cycles

Accessability parking

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Physics and Computer Science D3 Religious Centre D3 SE4 Multi-level Car Park E4 Senior Chemistry D2 Senior Physics C2 Senior Zoology D2 Short Courses Centre D3 Sir Alexander Stewart Theatre C2 Sir Robert Blackwood Concert Hall D4 Sport and Recreation D4 Teaching Facilities Support Unit E2 University Staff Club D3 Yarrawonga Building E2 Zoology Environmental Laboratories B5 26 9 71 23 27 18 51 72 2 1 14 50 58 42

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Performing Arts G21, G36 E3 Rotunda R1-R7 E3 Science S13 S14 S15 C2 Science S1-S4 S9-S12 ST1-4 ST7 D2 Science S5-S6 D2 South One E2 Zoology S7-S8 D2 68 8 29 25 24 64 21

Building index
Accident Research Centre C3 Administration Building 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, D3 Alexander Theatre E3 Australian Pulp and Paper C2 Bicycle Arrival Station C2 Biochemistry Laboratories D2 Biology 17 Biomedical Imaging Laboratory D6 Botany B5 Campus Centre D3 Central Science D2 Centre for Electron Microscopy C2 Childcare Centre A4 Engineering Building 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 36a, 37, 60, 69 & 72 C3 Facilities and Services B3 Faculty of Education E3 Faculty of Information Technology C3 Faculty of Law E2 Faculty of Medicine E2 First Year Biology D2 First Year Chemistry D2 70 3 7 59 80A 16 17 220 42 10 19 81 83

31 40 6 63 12 64 22 20

Gallery Building E3 55 67 Information Services Building E3 54 Japanese Study Centre E2 84 John Monash Science School E1 5 Krongold Centre E3 218 Mannix College F3 Mathematics and Information 28 Technology Services C2 15 Medical and Health Science D2 Melbourne Centre 222 for Nanofabrication E6 53 Microbiology D2 162 Monash Childrens Centre E1 73 Monash College F2 10 Monash Connect D3 65 Monash House E2 160 Monash Oakleigh Legal Service E1 75, 76 & 77 Monash S.T.R.I.P. D1 74 Monash Science Centre A4 Monash University Business Park 680, 700, 710 and 738 201,202,203,205 Blackburn Road A6 82 New Horizons B2 80 North 1 Multi-level Car Park B2 61 Parking and Security Ofce E3 68 Performing Arts Centre E3

Libraries
Hargrave-Andrew C2 John Medley D3 Law E2 Matheson E3 30 10 12 4

Lecture Theatres
Humanities H1-H10 D3 Campus Centre G149 D3 Central One C3 Education G23, 245 E3 Engineering E1-E5 C3 Engineering E7, G03 C2 Engineering EH1-EH4, E6 C3 Law Moot Court L1 - L5 E2 Medicine M1, M2 and M3 D2 11 10 63 6 32 72 60 12 13

Halls of Residence
Briggs C4 Central Building B5 Deakin B5 Farrer A5 Howitt A5 Jackomos C5 Normanby House A4 Richardson A4 Roberts B4 South Eastern Flats E5 85b 47 48 45 46 85a 52 43 44 49

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Monash University Parkville Parkville campus map campus


Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Building 401
G Reception G Student services G Cossar Hall G Sissons meeting room 1 Board room 1 Lecture theatre 5 1& 2 Tutorial rooms 1& 2 Lecture theatres 1, 2, 3

399 Royal Parade (404)

Building 402
G G G G 1 1 1 Cafeteria Security ofce Toilets Facilities and services Virtual practice environment 1 and 2 Professional practice suites 1 and 2 Centre for Medicine Use and Safety Manning building (403)

Royal Parade

Building 403
G Library, CL Butchers Pharmacy Library 4 Lecture theatre 4

Scott building (402)


Cafeteria

Main entrance

Building 404
G Ofce of the Dean G Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences G IT services G Victorian College of Pharmacy Foundation 2 Centre for Drug Candidate Optimisation Also accommodated at the Parkville campus: Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (building 401, level 1)

Multi-faith Room

Cossar Hall

381 Royal Parade

Sissons building (401)

Walker Street
Map by Design and Publishing November 2012

Tram stop No.16

The Avenu e

Zoological Gardens

Optus Oval

Walker Str eet

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Princes Park

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Monash University Peninsula campus
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Railway

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Bloom Street
Blue Permit

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All day ticket parking

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Key to car parking (check signs for latest information)


Red permit Blue permit Yellow permit Meter parking Motor cycles Car pool parking Disabled parking Green permit Residential parking Childcare parking

Parking is indicated by shaded areas and the letter P. Restrictions apply on all campuses.

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Building and lecture theatre index


Administration B2 C Bookshop C3 U Business and Economics B3 D Cafeteria/bistro C3 U Commmunity Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice A3 H Education B2 A Employment and Career Development C3 A Garages C3 N George Jenkins Theatre B2 GJ Health Services B2 A Indigenous Student Lounge B2 Lecture theatre B3 Library C2 Maintenance and Minor Works C3 Monash Connect B2 Monash Metro Business Lounge B2 Monash Peninsula Activity & Recreation Centre (MPARC) C3 Monash Sport C3 Nursing and Midwifery B3 Occupational Therapy B3 S F L B C S W W E G Physiotherapy C3 School of Primary Health Care C3 Security B2 eSolutions B2 Sport and Outdoor Recreation B2 Struan Postgraduate Centre B2 Student Residences A4,B4 Student Union C3 Security telephones Windermere Early Learning Centre D3 Workshop/maintenance C3 B B C A A S R U J

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Monash Connect
monash.edu/connect Phone: +61 3 9902 6011 Online: Go to ask.monash via your Monash portal Berwick campus Monash University Building 930, Room G02 Clyde Road Berwick, Victoria 3805, Cauleld campus Monash University Building A, Ground Floor 900 Dandenong Road Cauleld East, Victoria 3145, Clayton campus Monash University Building 10 (Campus Centre), Ground Floor Wellington Road Clayton, Victoria 3800, Parkville campus Monash University Sissons Building, Ground Floor 381 Royal Parade Parkville, Victoria 3052, Peninsula campus Building C, Level 2, McMahons Road Frankston, Victoria 3199,
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