Our South Bank campus is located in the heart of Brisbane's arts and cultural precinct adjacent to art galleries, performing arts venues, a museum, and the State Library. The campus has easy access to the city, the beautiful South Bank Parklands, as well as plenty of cafes and restaurants for you to refuel between classes.
What's on offer at the South Bank campus
Our South Bank campus offers a comprehensive range of study areas including beauty and hairdressing, building design and decoration, business and justice, child care, community services, engineering, general education and training, health, hospitality, IT, sport and fitness, tourism and events, and visual and creative arts. We have a range of purpose-built training facilities to allow for hands-on training in your study area.
Facilities and services
66 Ernest Street ,
South Brisbane Qld 4101
Locked Bag 14,
South Brisbane Qld 4101
The campus is located between the South Bank and South Brisbane train stations, adjacent to the South Bank busway station, and walking distance from the South Bank ferry terminal.
There is a CityCycle stop at our South Bank campus with the campus also connected to a number of bikeways and cycleways.
Games and interactive design lab
Our games and interactive design lab features the best of modern gaming tech including an opti-track motion capture system, Leap Motion, and Oculus Rift Virtual Reality systems. We have a dedicated Alienware lab featuring duel touch screen 23 inch monitors. The lab showcases past and current technology such as haptic devices, arcade machines, and racing and flight simulators as well as a library of classic and contemporary gaming consoles. We also operate a fully-functioning, on-campus indie games design studio with industry-standard software and technology.
Dental prosthetics lab
Our dental prosthetics laboratory is fitted with top-of-the-line milling technology. With a strong focus on digital dentistry, TAFE Queensland’s laboratory is the only training facility in the state fitted with a state-of-the-art 3 Shape/Wieland CAD-CAM system. The animated design software, 3D scanner and digital milling technology is the future of dentistry and can design dental prosthetics in a fraction of the time of current moulding methods.
Music and recording studio
Our dedicated project studios include a surround-sound cinema and electronics lab. Our tech labs feature iMacs running Logic, ProTools and Ableton Live software, Focusrite and Behringer X32 hardware, Rode microphones, and Novation Launchkey MIDI controllers. Each studio has a second acoustically-treated, soundproofed room for recording vocals, amps, and drums. We also have four soundproofed rehearsal rooms with vocal PA and backline gear. Our live performance space features a full line array sound system and professional lighting rig while our world-class recording studio includes an SSL Duality mixing desk, offering the best in analogue and digital recording.
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The TAFE Queensland - SkillsTech Apprentice Awards are back in 2023.
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