Stawell Campus, Ballarat
The Stawell Campus offers state-of-the-art training facilities. Major refurbishments have resulted in a building which boasts, seven training rooms, a Technology area, student recreation area and the Jacaranda Hospitality Training Restaurant.
The facilities incorporate modern technology, providing students and staff with resources designed to enhance training and work to new standards of efficiency and productivity. The campus offers courses on Human Services, Business and Engineering.
For a campus map of Stawell, click here.
The university offers comfortable single fully-furnished rooms with communal living areas and fully-equipped kitchens. Laundry facilities are also provided to residents. For more information, visit the Ballarat housing portal here.
This small town is famed for the Stawell Gift, a professional foot race which is held every Easter. It is also the gateway to the Grampians National Park. Stawell also has a football club as well as a horse-racing club. The town was first formed during the Gold Rush of 1853 and was named in honor of Chief Justice William Foster Stawell.