Bundaberg Campus – CQU
The Bundaberg Campus of CQU is seated on a modern purpose-built campus with innovative and state-of-the-art facilities to enhance their students’ learning experience. Available to the students are facilities that includes the library, bookshop, campus refectory, 200- and 100-seat lecture theatres, computer laboratories, nursing clinical laboratories and video conferencing rooms
The Faculty of Arts, Business, Informatics and Education at CQU Bundaberg offers programs in accounting, arts, aviation technology, business, financial planning, information technology, learning design and management and multimedia studies.
The faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Health offers programs in nursing, occupational health and safety, biomedical science, environmental health and environmental science. Double and dual degrees are also available in the campus.
Accommodation in the campus is not available but assistance is offered for those who need help in finding accommodation.
Bundaberg is a city in Queensland , Australia that lies on the Burnett River, approximately 385 km north of Brisbane and just 15 km inland from the coast.
Bundaberg is known as the Southern Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Its line of tourist attractions includes the Moore Park, Oaks Beach, Mon Repos, Nielsen Park, Bargara Beach and Kelly’s Beach. Its famous parks are the Cania Gorge National Park, Deepwater National Park, Eurimbula National Park and Kinkuna National Park. Tours of the Bundaberg Rum Distillery, the Botanic Gardens and the Mystery Craters are also famous.
The city is thought to be named after the combination of the words bunda, the Kabi Aboriginal word for man and the German suffix berg meaning mountain. The city is also colloquially known as “Bundy”.