Set among beautiful landscape, Dalby is a thriving regional centre as well as a hub for the surrounding rural communities. Our Dalby campus is located a five minute drive from the town centre and provides training across a range of industry areas.
What's on offer at the Dalby campus
Our Dalby campus offers courses in a number of study areas including aged care, agriculture, automotive, crime and justice, child care, engineering, first aid, general education, and hospitality. The campus also boasts fully-equipped trade workshops for our automotive and engineering students.
Facilities and services
- Aged care training facilities
- Automotive training facilities
- Industry-current engineering workshop
- Video conferencing capabilities
- Student kitchen
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463 Bunya Highway,
Dalby Qld 4405
PO Box 639,
Dalby Qld 4405
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to campus.
We have plenty of free on-site parking available which can be accessed via the Bunya Highway entrance.
Our automotive students learn hands on in our fully equipped automotive training workshop. You will learn on the same equipment and tools used in industry with access to engines, hydraulic pumps, starter motors and turbos.
Video conferencing facilities
We want to support our students no matter where they are or what study mode they prefer. Our Dalby campus brings our teachers into the room with our state-of-the-art video conferencing facilities. These training facilities are designed to provide tutorial support to students who are studying externally. With our virtual training rooms you can speak directly to your teacher, no matter how far away you are, and interact with your classmates in a real-time environment.
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