Situated on the banks of the Norman River, Normanton is a small cattle town located in the Gulf Country region of north west Queensland. Normanton is the administrative centre of the Shire of Carpentaria and has a range of facilities including an aerodrome, bowling green, golf course, gun club, public library, racecourse, rodeo ground, and sports centre.
What's on offer at the Normanton campus
Our Normanton campus offers a quiet outback lifestyle and delivers carefully selected courses that meet the needs of the local community. Study areas include early childhood education and care, first aid and CPR, and resources and infrastructure. Our practical courses will help you develop the skills you need to enter growing industries including childcare or mining.
Facilities and services
- On-site parking
- Modern classrooms
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- Site Supervisor
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20 Green Street,
Normanton Qld 4890
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 Normanton campus.
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