Quaint and rich in history, Maryborough is a vibrant city on the Fraser Coast with much to offer. In 2022, our purpose-built Maryborough campus that was opened in 2016, was relocated to Bazaar Street, which is still in the heart of the bustling Maryborough CBD. The new campus location continues to offer a unique education and training hub by delivering quality, practical courses, flexible study options, and literacy programs.
What's on offer at the Maryborough campus
Our Maryborough campus delivers selected programs online to maximise access for all students to learning and educational opportunities with a focus on health, community services and foundation skills.
The partnership we’ve built with our local community can be seen in our Maryborough Trade Training Centre which also delivers trade training for local high school aged students.
Facilities and services
- Nearby cafes and food outlets
- Student service centre
1/131 Bazaar Street,
Maryborough Qld 4650
PO Box 5252,
SCMC Nambour Qld 4560
Our Maryborough campus is easily accessible via public transport. Wide Bay Transit operates bus services in the local area with the closest bus stop just around the corner on Alice Street.
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available nearby.
There is a car park behind our Maryborough campus with additional street parking available on Bazaar Street.
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