Our Eagle Farm campus is located on the north side of the city approximately nine kilometres from the Brisbane CBD. The campus is just a few minutes drive to Brisbane’s dining precinct and cruise terminal Portside Wharf, offering a range of dining and take-away options for you to fuel up before or after class.
What's on offer at the Eagle Farm campus
The Eagle Farm campus offers a range of trade related courses in automation, security and lock smithing, glass and glazing, boat building, telecommunications, and utilities. The campus boasts recently completed facilities for renewable technologies, process instrumentation, and telecommunications training. Please note: no cash payments accepted at this campus.
Facilities and services
- Client service centre
- Learning support
776 Kingsford Smith Drive,
Eagle Farm Qld 4009
LMB 2020 ,
Archerfield Qld 4108
The Eagle Farm campus is easily accessible by public transport. The closest bus stop is located on Kingsford Smith Drive near Woonah Street.
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available on campus.
There is ample free on-site parking available for students at our Eagle farm campus.
Instrumentation and control facilities
Our instrumentation and control training facilities include five dedicated flow rigs utilising HART, foundation fieldbus and standard loops, a complete Distributed Control System (DCS) and Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) lab as well as process control practical areas. We have a huge array of field devices available to suit any industry covering all aspects of instrumentation and control including pneumatic, hydraulic, digital, and electronic.
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