Located on the Bruce Highway between Cairns and Townsville, Innisfail is the major township of the Cassowary Coast Region. Renowned for its sugar cane and banana industries, the area is popular with backpackers seeking fruit picking jobs and also produces tea, pawpaws and other exotic fruits. Our Innisfail campus is located at the Innisfail State College, an integrated learning facility combining a secondary school, diverse learning centre, and TAFE Queensland campus.
What's on offer at the Innisfail campus
All school and TAFE Queensland students share the facilities at the integrated Innisfail State College. Facilities include computer laboratories, flexible classrooms, and a child care centre. Study areas offered by TAFE Queensland include early childhood education and care, English language studies, and first aid and CPR.
Facilities and services
- Child care centre
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45 Flying Fish Point Road,
Innisfail Qld 4860
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available on campus.
We have plenty of free on-site parking available for students at our Innisfail campus.
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