Kennedy Baptist College is located on the southern side of the Murdoch University grounds. Entrance to the College is via Farrington Road (Murdoch University Entrance G).
Our College services students from the following surrounding suburbs in the Cockburn, Fremantle, Melville and South Perth areas:
- Bibra Lake
- Bull Creek
- Mount Pleasant
- South Coogee
- South Lake
Drop off and Pick up points
There are two drop off/pick up points at the College. Using the Auditorium drop off/pick up point helps alleviate possible congestion along Farrington Road. This situation can also be eased if parents are able to come a few minutes later to pick up their child. Traffic seems to flow more easily after about 3.30pm and students are supervised by staff while waiting to be picked up.
Transperth Buses & Trains
Transperth buses stop at Kennedy Baptist College from Murdoch & Cockburn Central Train Stations, and we recommend you visit the Transperth website for the most up-to-date information:
There are also frequent buses (204, 205, 206, 207, 777, 998, 999) to Murdoch University Car park 7 via Discovery Way. The closest bus stops to Kennedy are 26787 or 26628. It is approximately a 5 minute walk to the College.
All students are issued with a SmartRider card by the College. Students are encouraged to take the most direct route to and from the College and their homes.
Kennedy Bus Transport
Kennedy now operates two bus services (independent of Transperth) providing an additional travel option for families in the suburbs of East Fremantle, Bicton, Attadale, Melville, Victoria Park, Como, Applecross, Ardross, Mount Pleasant and Booragoon.
Please see the following for bus routes and details.
Private use of this service is by arrangement with Kennedy Administration. Please complete the following expression of interest form.Expression of Interest
Please note: As seats are limited, successful applicants will be notified via email. Once successful, your child/ren will need to add credit on their SmartRider at Beedawong Cafeteria before school or during the latter part of the lunch break (1.15 pm – 1.30 pm) prior to using the bus service.
All bike riders are required by law to wear a helmet. Bikes must be left secured with a strong padlock, at the rear of the College. The College takes no responsibility for their safety.
New students receive their SmartRider card in approximately the third week of Term 1. Students will still be able to use their SmartRider from their previous school, whilst waiting for their Kennedy SmartRider, provided there is sufficient credit on the card. The first SmartRider card is free through the College. Replacement SmartRider cards may be reordered through the College Student Services. Please bring a note accompanied with $5.00. Kennedy SmartRider cards contain an additional chip linked to our cafeteria which enables students to load credit for use in the cafeteria.