Dubbo Campus, CSU
Dubbo campus started out as a university-TAFE center which aimed to provide teaching and other facilities for distance education students. Come 1994, it was announced that the Dubbo campus was to become an official campus of CSU. From there, it is now a full-fledged school which offers courses like nursing, social work, accounting and business.
Being so, Dubbo campus has access to nursing laboratories, clinical laboratories, a networked library and an Interactive Learning Center – a cutting-edge computer laboratory which was a prize-winning architectural achievement.
Contact the Dubbo campus through these numbers:
(02) 6885 7300
Charles Sturt University
Tony McGrane Place
Facsimile: + 61 2 6885 7301
Campus postal address:
Locked Bag 49
DUBBO NSW 2830
Dubbo’s on-campus lodgings are self-catered cottages containing 6-8 fully-furnished single study bedrooms, kitchen, common room and two bathrooms. Cottages are air-conditioned and a heater is also installed for the winter. Supplies such as utensils, crockery and cutlery are to be provided by the students themselves.
There is also the Halls of Residences for students with disabilities.
For more information on student housing, click here.
Dubbo’s comprehensive campus map is available for download here.
Being one of Australia’s booming cities, Dubbo is the industrial and commercial center of New South Wales’ central west. It possesses splendid scenery, wineries, heritage villages and the like. The Western Plains Zoo can also be found here. There are numerous tennis courts, golf courses, bowling alleys and other recreational areas scattered throughout the city.
Summers in Dubbo reach up to 33 degrees Celsius while winters go down as low as 17 degrees.