Our Grovely campus is renowned for the delivery of courses in horticulture and animal studies. The campus is located near the impressive Brisbane State Forest Park and its classrooms and training areas are surrounded by manicured lawns, sprawling gardens, nurseries, and reclaimed forest areas. The campus is also within easy walking distance of a shopping precinct featuring a supermarket, food outlets and restaurants.
What's on offer at the Grovely campus
At our Grovely campus you can study a range of courses including animal studies, English language , horticulture, landscape design, rural operations, small business management, and turf management. Twice a year the campus hosts a plant sale where horticulture students have an opportunity to sell the plants they've propagated, potted, and nurtured.
Facilities and services
- Learning Skills Centre
- AccessAbility Support
- Indigenous Support
- International Student Support
- Pet grooming salon
- Student hub
- Vending machines
Keperra Qld 4054
Locked Bag 14,
South Brisbane Qld 4101
The campus is just a 10 minute walk from the Grovely rail station with the closest bus stop located at Dawson Parade near Casey Street.
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available on campus.
Plenty of free off-street parking is available in the streets surrounding our Grovely campus.
Pet Grooming Salon
You can gain practical experience pampering and grooming animals for real customers in our open-to-the-public pet grooming salon. The salon has all the same facilities, equipment, and products used in a real pet grooming facility and offers a full range of pet grooming treatments including bathing, clipping, and flea control.
Situated in the stunning Brisbane State Forest Park, our Grovely campus is well placed to offer a range of hands-on horticulture courses. The campus features a range of specialist facilities to deliver these courses including a nursery potting area, shade house, propagation house, fog house, machinery shed, nursery retail centre, and tissue culture laboratory.
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