Melbourne Campus, CQU
The Melbourne campus does not lag behind its other sister campuses when it comes to quality and service. As with other CQU campuses, it is equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment in its multimedia labs and lecture halls as well as a campus library with access to various books and online sources. There is a large indoor space for cultural and recreational activities and cafes and quiet rooms for students to take a break to.
A comprehensive map to the Melbourne campus is available here.
Melbourne is Australia’s second most populous city and is the capital of Victoria. Dubbed as the ‘cultural capital of Australia’, it is the birth place for a number of culture-related institutions, fads and the like. It also has a bustling sporting populace – it is home to three major annual international events: the Australian Open, the Melbourne Cup and the Australian Grand Prix. The city of Melbourne is very much efficient with plenty of public facilities and efficient public transport.
The city experiences moderate oceanic climate. Its weather is generally very changeable due to its location.