For live and up to date details please download our UNE Safe App.
The Shuttle does not run on Monday or Sunday, if you require Transport assistance on either of these days please contact UNE Life, Safety & Security directly 02 6773 2099.
Please note: From time-to-time, services may be altered due to the current COVID-19 situation. All services are working to best Government Advised practices.
Thank you for working with us and helping to keep the community safe.
College Campus Town Shuttle
The College Safety Shuttle is a service for students to travel to and from their college and town.
The shuttle is used to reach essential services in the centre of Armidale. It operates Tuesday through to Saturday and departs Austin College, UNE, about every half from start time. Please see the times below. This service is available with the exception of public holidays. To access this service, you will need your valid student ID card
You can track this bus in real-time by downloading the UNE Safe app on your phone and heading to “UNE Safety Shuttle”.
Operating hours are as follows:
Monday – not in service
Tuesday – 6:15 pm – 12:15 am
Wednesday – 6:15 pm – 12:15 am
Thursday – 6:15 pm – 12:15 am
Friday – 6:15 pm – 2:15 am
Saturday – 6:15 pm – 2:15 am
Sunday – not in service
If you’re a student on campus and need emergency transport assistance into town/campus, please reach out to the UNE Life Safety & Security team who will be able to help you 02 6773 2099
The Shuttle will stop at the below-approved stops only:
1) Download the UNE Safe App
2) Tap on the triple bar icon on the top left-hand corner to select your route
3) Select UNE night shuttle to turn the route options on
4) View the location of the bus (you will see this moving)
5) Flag the driver down
6) Get to your destination
The Shuttle does not run on Monday or Sunday.
If you require Transport assistance on either of these days please contact UNE Life, Safety & Security directly 02 6773 2099.
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