Our Mt Gravatt campus is located just 20 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, offering students in Brisbane's south side a convenient location to pursue their study goals. Mt Gravatt is also our fashion studies hub offering a range of applied fashion design and millinery courses, and hosts our annual Brisbane fashion parade where students showcase their designs.
What's on offer at the Mt Gravatt campus
We offer a range of courses at our Mt Gravatt campus including accounting, business, hospitality, education support, English language studies, fashion, justice, and screen and media. The campus features a number of green spaces and outdoor work areas for you to collaborate with your classmates.
Facilties and services
- Learning Skills Centre
- AccessAbility Support
- Indigenous Support
- International Student Support
- TAFE Queensland Mt Gravatt Nursery Garden Centre
- Student hub
1030 Cavendish Road,
Mt Gravatt Qld 4122
Locked Bag 14 ,
South Brisbane Qld 4101
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available on campus.
There is plenty of free on-site parking available with the largest car park located near the Cavendish Road entrance.
Our custom-built fashion facilities include multiple learning spaces designed to encourage hands on, collaborative work in both group and individual projects. You'll have access to a lab fitted out with various industrial sewing machines, irons, and cutting tables. Pattern making studios and lecture rooms feature both communal tables and individual cubicles where you'll have access to the latest digital design software.
The Mt Gravatt campus library has a number of facilities available such as individual study spaces, group study areas, computer labs, and audio-visual viewing areas. The library has a number of collections including texts and course-related materials, general reading materials, ebooks, PDFs, journals, newspapers, directories, encyclopaedias, and government acts and regulations.
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