The Inala campus has provided essential education and training to the local community for over 13 years. The campus has a diverse and multicultural student cohort and offers training for job seekers as well as English classes for migrants and refugees.
What's on offer at the Inala campus
Our Inala campus specialises in delivering English language classes and also offers courses relevant to the local community. The campus has recently doubled in size with a $3.4 million expansion of its teaching spaces.
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
- Modern classrooms
- On-site parking
- Wudu room
54 Thrush Street,
Inala Qld 4077
PO Box 138,
Booval Qld 4304
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Our Inala campus is easily accessible via public transport with the closest bus stop located on Partridge Street.
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class.
We have plenty of free on-site parking available for students at our Inala campus.
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