What's new

There are a lot of exciting changes happening in retail across the University. Find out what's coming up below.

Got Pasta arrives on campus

We are excited to announce that Got Pasta has arrived on city campus! Offering handmade, fresh pasta with a range of sauces and cooked to order.

Location: Kate Edger Commons containers, next to Shaky Isles
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-7.30pm (during semester)

If you have any further queries, please email us.

Munchy Mart now on Level 0

After 14 years, the Munchy Mart you know and love has relocated to Level 0 of Kate Edger Information Commons and is bigger and better than ever! Offering an extended range of fresh produce, bakery goods, noodles and confectionary, the newly refurbished space will offer students and staff a more streamlined shopping experience.

Munchy Mart will also be taking on the ATHop Service Centre (for purchasing and topping up of hop cards) from Monday 2 July.

Location: Level 0, Kate Edger Information Commons
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7.30am-8pm (hours may extend during peak times, i.e exams)

If you have any further queries, please email us.

The Ticket Office has moved

The Ticket office has moved! Students and staff will need to visit the AT customer service centre located in the new Munchy Mart for their AT Hop travel requirements. 

Visit the Tertiary transport concessions webpage for more information on discounted travel for full time students.

Location: Level 0, Kate Edger Information Commons
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7.30am-8pm (hours may extend during peak times, i.e exams)

Fresh fruit & vegetables available weekly

Fresh fruit and vegetables will now be available in the Quad (City Campus) on a weekly basis during semester.

Grocery Box is a student led initiative, offering fresh produce, pre-packed and designed for those on a budget. Order by 8pm on a Tuesday evening for collection on a Thursday at City Campus quad between 10am-5pm.

Healthy vending arrives on City Campus

The Grab Goodness machine is a result of Campus Life staff working closely with nutritionists and registered dietitians to find healthier alternatives to snacks on campus.

Every product has a Health Star Rating of 3.5 or greater. The star system encourages people to make healthier choices: the more stars, the better the nutrition profile.

Products include popcorn, Bluebird thins, bliss balls, smooch balls, cranberry mix, raw nuts, steak bars, Fresh & Fruity pouches, cheese and crackers, Homegrown pouches, coconut water, Charlie's fruit smoothies, and more.

The Grab Goodness machine is easily spotted with its green branding, and operates by card transactions only.

Find it now in the Quad!

Please email us with any feedback