Our Coomera campus is the perfect home for the creators, innovators, entertainers, and movie makers. Nestled among natural bushland this $26 million state-of-the-art facility offers the best creative learning experience in the region.
What's on offer at the Coomera creative campus
The Coomera campus is our creative hub offering a range of courses including building design, graphic design, interactive digital media, IT, interior design, music, photography, and screen and media. The campus features a range of specialist facilities including Mac and PC labs, recording studios, digital video and editing suites, and a Black Box Theatre.
Facilities and services
- Customer service centre
- Independent learning centre
- Refreshment stations
- Student support services
Coomera Creative campus showcase
Our Coomera campus is equipped with the latest equipment, software and facilities for a range of creative study areas including multi-media, information technology, and computer-based design and engineering. You can unleash your creative abilities using state-of-the-art facilities and modern technology including MAC and PC computer labs, digital video and editing suites, drawing rooms, specialist design print rooms, and 3D motion capture and production control facilities.
View our guides
2023 Course Guide
Short Course Guide
TAFE at School Guide
Apprenticeship and Traineeship Course Guide
198 Foxwell Road,
Coomera Qld 4209,
PO Box 5547,
GCMC Qld 9726
The campus is less than five minutes walk from the Coomera train station with the closest bus stop also located at the train station.
If you live nearby, cycling is a cost effective option to get to campus.
We have plenty of free on-site parking available for students at our Coomera campus.
Coomera Creative's Virtuoso festival
Join us as we celebrate the achievements of TAFE Queensland's Coomera Creative students across a range of exciting study areas as they come together with teachers, employers and members of the community to put on the show of a lifetime.
Cyber security students share their experience
Tayla Adams, decided to study cyber security because it's one of the most in-demand industries with ever increasing job opportunities! Meanwhile, Daniel Schwass, chose to study cyber security at TAFE Queensland over university because of the hands-on, industry relevant learning experience.
See what they have to say about the Certificate IV in Cyber Security (22334VIC) offered at the Coomera campus on the Gold Coast.
TAFE Queensland on the Gold Coast would like to invite you to an upcoming Nursing webinar. We'd love to have you join us to learn all about starting your journey towards a rewarding career in nursing!
Are you just starting your career, looking for a change or want to enhance your existing skills but not sure where to start? Join us at one of our four campuses to speak to our experienced teachers and explore our amazing facilities.
Orientation information for students separated by faculty.
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TAFE Queensland and City of Gold Coast have partnered to deliver a short course that will provide a pipeline of workers for the high growth film and TV sector across the region.
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