Cloncurry is located in the north-west of Queensland approximately 120 kilometres east of Mount Isa. Known as 'The Friendly Heart of Outback Queensland', the township lies alongside the beautiful Cloncurry River and features the Flying Doctor museum, a public library, gallery, swimming pool, showground, and racecourse.
What's on offer at the Cloncurry campus
Our Cloncurry campus is located in the main street of the town with close access to cafes, food outlets, and other facilities. It offers courses that meet the needs of the local community including early childhood education and care, first aid, and skills for work and vocational pathways.
Facilities and services
- Computer room
- Modern classrooms
- Nearby cafes and food outlets
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35 Ramsay Street,
Cloncurry Qld 4824
Locked Bag 2,
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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 street parking available for students at our Cloncurry campus.
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