Our campus is located in East Brisbane suburb of Queensland. East Brisbane is located at the distance of less than 5 Km from Brisbane City Central Business District (CBD). Brisbane, capital of Queensland, is a large city on the Brisbane River. Clustered in its South Bank cultural precinct are the Queensland Museum and Science centre, with noted interactive exhibitions.
East Brisbane is bounded by the Brisbane River to the north, Norman Park to the east, Coorparoo to the south-east, Woolloongabba to the south-west, and Kangaroo Point to the north-west. The border between Norman Park and most of Coorparoo follows Norman Creek. Major roads include Lytton Road, Wellington Road, and Latrobe Street in the north, and Vulture Street and Stanley Street in the south of the suburb. The eastern side of the suburb rises to a small hill with some views over Woolloongabba and the CBD and falls away to Norman Creek.
Car and Bike Parking
Free car and bike parking is available on campus and on surrounding streets. Free parking around campus is available on these streets: Wellington Rd, Baines St, Waterloo St and Manilla St.
The Gabba Stadium (Woolloongabba) is approximately just 400 metres away from our campus. The Gabba is an icon of the Brisbane landscape and is the home ground for the Brisbane Lions AFL team and the Queensland Bulls Queensland state cricket team. The 42,000 seat stadium boasts unrestricted views of the oval playing surface from all areas making it ideal to host international sporting and entertainment event.
Suncorp Stadium is located in Brisbane suburb of Milton, Queensland, Australia, now occupied by the major sports facility known by its sponsorship name, Suncorp Stadium (formerly Suncorp-Supa Stadium). While now a multi-purpose stadium, it is famous throughout the world as a rugby league venue. The current facility comprises a three-tiered rectangular sporting stadium with a capacity of 52,500 people. Phil Gould suggests that the enclosed stands situated on the sidelines make it arguably the best rectangular stadium in Australia for spectator viewing and atmosphere for rugby league, rugby union and soccer.
Brisbane is an affordable, but you still need to budget carefully to make sure you have enough money for your living and study expenses. Average living expenses of an adult is approximately AUD $350 per week.
Bus stop is a 5 minutes’ walk to the campus. It is a 10 minutes’ ride to Fortitude Valley & the City Centre
City Cat ferry from city and suburbs to Mowbray Park terminal, just 5 minutes’ walk to our campus. City Hopper FREE ferry service stop at Dockside is also a 5-minute walk to our campus.