Bathurst Campus, CSU
Starting out as an experimental farm during the 1890s, Bathurst campus has now grown to become one of the three foundation campuses of CSU. Bathurst campus’ excellent facilities are meant to cater to its ever-growing student body. Some amenities that the Bathurst campus is proud of include a new biochemistry laboratory, Wi-Fi hotspots, a state-of-the-art gymnasium, TV studios and editing suites, a post office for your postal needs as well as a mini-market.
Contact the Brathurst campus through these numbers:
(02) 6338 4000
Charles Sturt University
- Facsimile: + 61 2 6331 9634
Campus postal address:
BATHURST NSW 2795
CSU’s Bathurst campus possesses one of the most flexible on- and off-campus lodging offerings amongst its other sister campuses. You can choose from its five residences located within campus, the Mitchell, Truskett and Gordon houses 1.7 km away from the university or the Hargraves house within the university’s close proximity.
They offer catered, self-catered and semi-catered housing options according to the student’s convenience. The local bus company Jones Bros. Bus Company also provides transportation from the university to the off-campus lodgings and vice versa. For more information on housing, click here.
Also, a downloadable map of the Bathurst campus (which includes a detailed map of the campus itself and how to get there) is available here.
Bathurst is accessible by plane, train or by car and is home to 37,000 residents – a lot smaller than Albury. It boasts of its sporting history which is evident in its recreational areas: aquatic centers, pools and a number of sporting complexes. There’s also the Mount Panorama motor racing circuit for its visitors to see as well as a number of wineries, galleries, bushwalks and swimming holes.
The city’s warm summers go up to 27 degrees Celsius and its crisp winters with occasional snowing goes down to 12 degrees Celsius.