Cycling is a great way to get to campus but local roads are often busy, so planning your journey is crucial. The website Ride the City provides many detailed bike routes, and North Sydney Council provides online cycling information and maps.

MacKillop Campus has three end of trip facilities available to students and staff, firstly there is existing facilities at the 40 Edward St site with a single bike rack holding up to six bikes located on the boundary between 42 Edward and 40 Edward Street just inside the boom gate. Male and Female change rooms and showers are located on the second floor of the James Carroll Building at 40 Edward Street, the change rooms have lockers but are highly sought by students as they are rented on a semester basis.

Bike rack (4 bikes), unisex showers (2) and unisex toilet (1) are located on level 3 Tenison Woods House, this is the top level of the car park. Bike racks are located outside the property managers office with the shower and toilet adjacent to the coke drink machine. Extra male and female toilets are located in the ground floor lobby area.

Bike entry onto level 3 parking will be via the main car park entry off Napier street.

8-10 Berry Street has an end of trip facility located on the basement level; this facility consists of 25 bike racks with two different varieties available, showers, toilets and disabled toilet/shower. There are also 16 lockers that can be utilised for the short term with a refundable $2 (see instructions on lockers). Access to this facility is via Doohat lane off Berry Street then left into the rear of 8-10 building, press intercom next to the roller door which will connect you to campus reception who will then open the roller door for entry, exit is via the green button on the right hand side of the basement roller door.

At no stage can bikes be brought down to the basement via the lifts.

Staff members with existing access cards can have them upgraded to include the roller shutter.

Signage is located at the rear of the building to identify entrance and intercom.