Monash Merchant - June Deals



Maximus Sports Drink
$3 everyday low price

Monash University Coffee Cups
Purchase any MU Keep cup and get your first coffee brew for free

Spend $20 or more on groceries at The Monash Merchant and get 20% off any Monash branded hoodie or jacket at The Monash Book and Merchandise Store.

Self Serve Items
Hazelnut dark chocolate spread - $3.95

Kombucha on tap by Grateful Harvest
Prices range from $1.99 - $11.99

Yummy Karma ready made meals - $6.99

New in-store

  • Oasis Bakery

The Monash Merchant now stocks fresh salads and soups from Oasis Bakery.


  • You Foodz

Fresh ready made meals


  • Self serve microwave

Purchase any ready to eat made meals and use our microwave to warm it up.


  • Fresh roasted vegetables, daily.



  • Roast chicken


Coming soon
Fresh almond spread

View the full catalogue here.

To find out about our upcoming products follow us on Instagram @the-monash-merchant or visit our website.

MS 24 Hour Mega Swim Registrations now Open!




Registrations for this year's MS Mega Swim are now open!

The MS 24 Hour Mega Swim is a fun team relay event where teams have a swimmer in the water for the entire 24 hours and compete for laps swum and money raised, in support for people living with multiple sclerosis.

Kicking off at 10am on Saturday the 7th of October and concluding 24 hours later at 10am on Sunday, 8th October, this year’s Mega Swim will be our biggest yet! All funds raised at this event will help support those living with MS.

Gather a team of up to 15 people and divide the 24 hours up between you. All participants can swim as many times as they want providing there is a swimmer participating at any one time.



As one of Australia’s most popular and fastest-growing fundraising events, the MS 24 Hour Mega Swim has been held annually in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney for the past 10 years. To date the event has raised over $1,000,000! All profits raised from the event go towards helping people living with multiple sclerosis to achieve their dreams.
The average age of diagnosis of MS is only 30 years of age. The disease strikes young Australians in the prime of their lives. We help people with multiple sclerosis to achieve as full and healthy a lifestyle as possible through the provision of services, programs and research.

Start getting your team together now and register below!
Registrations

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