Our future campus

Peninsula campus building

Big plans, brighter future

Peninsula campus plans flyer

The plans for Peninsula are ambitious and enterprising. Over the next five years, you will see the campus evolve into a vibrant precinct for health, business and education, integrating even more deeply with the local community.

Our plans include:

  • Creating a new School of Primary and Allied Healthcare.
  • Strengthening our business and education facilities.
  • Investing over $20 million in upgrading and enhancing the campus.
  • Establishing Monash Peninsula as Australia’s leading centre of allied health and primary care education and research, building on existing strengths in emergency medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and nursing.

In January, we invested $3 million to update and refit the outdoor and collaborative areas of the campus – and there is more to come. The larger campus masterplan will see the Peninsula campus progressively reinvigorated over the coming years.

Award-winning designer appointed for Monash University Peninsula Campus

Monash University continues its revitalisation of the better health, better living Monash Peninsula campus with the appointment of award-winning architect Jackson Clements Burrows, (JCB).

Following its recent $3 million investment in the social and collaborative spaces at Monash Peninsula, Monash University is pleased to announce that it has appointed architect Jackson Clements Burrows, (JCB) to design a proposed 150 bed student residential complex for Monash Peninsula campus students.

The planned residences would provide Monash students with a home away from home, providing a range of modern, high quality residential spaces that are unique to Monash Peninsula; enabling students from around the world to connect, belong, and collaborate in a welcoming and supported environment.

The appointment of Jackson Clements Burrows supports Monash University’s masterplan for the Peninsula Campus, which would see Peninsula campus develop as Australia’s leading centre of allied health and primary care education and research.

Jackson Clements Burrows recently designed and delivered Turner Hall, the $37million, 250 bed student residential accommodation complex on Monash’s Clayton campus, and as well the award winning Northern Precinct development.