Our location makes it easy for students to catch public transport

Close proximity to an extensive government transport network allows us to attract students from all over the Sydney metropolitan area. Our students come from approximately 206 suburbs bringing with them diversity and difference which all add to the fabric of St Aloysius’ College.

The College does not offer independent travel however our students are given Opal Cards for travel (providing they conform to the requirements of Transport NSW and the College) on all three modes of transport offered by Transport NSW – train, bus and ferry.

By visiting the Transport NSW website and using the trip planner you are able to plan how your son will be able to travel to and from St Aloysius’ College.

Many of our students travel independently, even whilst in the Junior School.  Junior School students are accompanied by staff from the College to either their bus stop or to Milsons Point train station ensuring safe travel.

Links to information on travel via train, bus or ferry are provided below.

By Train

Milsons Point station is located approximately 300m from the Junior School and about 800m from the Senior School this is a popular method of transport for students. For more information please visit Transport NSW.

By Bus

In addition to usual bus routes State Transit also provide designated school bus routes. For more information please visit Transport NSW (You can select St Aloysius' College as a destination)

By Ferry

With wharves located only 300m from the Senior School and 800m from our Junior School it is a great form of transport for those students close to the waterways. There are two wharves students can use, Milsons Point and Kirribilli. Be sure to select the right one as not all services stop at all wharves. For more information please visit Transport NSW.