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Getting To Preshil
Preshil is easily accessible by public transport and dedicated school buses.
Preshil is in Zone 1. Auburn Railway Station is within walking distance to either Campus. It is situated on the Belgrave and Lilydale train lines however there are some express trains that do not stop at Auburn Station.
There are 3 tram lines all within short walking distance, Route 72 travels along Burke Rd, Route 16 travels along Glenferrie Rd and Route 109 travels along Cotham/Whitehorse Rd.
A bus service (624) stops outside Carey Grammar School, which is a short walk from either Campus, and runs between Kew & Oakleigh. The 548 bus leaves Latrobe Uni through Ivanhoe & stops nearby on Cotham Rd.
Further info about public transport including detailed ticket, route & timetable information can be found on the PTV website here.
You can find us here
Kindergarten and Primary School
395 Barkers Rd, Kew, Melbourne 3101
Tel. +613 9817 6135
26 Sackville St, Kew Melbourne 3101
Tel. +613 9817 6135