Geelong Waterfront Campus, Deakin
The Geelong Waterfront campus is Deakin’s newest campus and is home to 2100 students. After extensive renovation, the Waterfront campus now houses a number of new facilities which are the center of activity for its courses. The reconstruction of the Dennys Lascelles building allowed for the opening of the Alfred Deakin Prime Ministerial Library and the Alfred Deakin Research Institute, responsible for covering political science, international relations, globalization and journalism.
The campus offers degrees in architecture, health and nursing.
A campus map of the Geelong Waterfront campus is available here.
About Geelong Waterfront
Geelong Waterfront is mainly a tourist attraction as it is located facing the shores of Corio Bay. It has plenty of attractions such as the Yarra Street Pier, Carousel Pavilion, Baywalk Bollards and of course, Deakin’s Waterfront campus. The Royal Geelong Yacht Club, established in 1859, is also found here.