Welcome to Brisbane Centre.

Our group’s Brisbane campus is a modern delight, nestled four floors above King George Square overlooking City Hall. Explore the campus, surrounds & see how to get here.

Central Brisbane

In the heart of the City

Brisbane Centre is an education precinct for our group, with exhilarating views across King George Square and into the historic rooftops along Adelaide Street. Located inside a marble-clad former bank, 102 Adelaide Street is at the very nexus of Brisbane, seconds from shopping, supermarkets, food, bars, education agents, transport – you name it.

Extensive Education Facilities

The campus has two lecture rooms, 10 tutorial rooms, computer lab, library, media studio, plus two large student breakout spaces. Our architecturally designed break room with industrial tones hosts large, tall seating for students enabling expansive views across the century-old buildings of central Brisbane.

Australia’s Most Liveable City

Brisbane is a welcoming urban metropolis alive with exclusive cultural and major sporting events. Awash with award-winning restaurants, enticing rooftop bars, sensational shopping, stunning new 5-star hotels, world-class galleries with exclusive exhibitions, cultural experiences and exciting urban adventures.

Every day, you’re just minutes from exploring World Heritage rainforests, majestic mountain peaks plus the pristine Moreton Bay filled with glorious islands and wildlife just an hour from the city.

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Getting Here

Brisbane Centre is ideally located at Level 4, 102 Adelaide Street in the centre of Brisbane, and it couldn’t be more accessible by public transport. Directly over the main bus terminal in Brisbane at King George Square and Adelaide Street, the campus is four minutes from a ferry terminal and 3 minutes from central station.

If you drive, a council carpark is directly beneath the building, with weekend parking available from just $8 per day – or $20 on weekdays before 8am.

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Moving to Brisbane

Living in Brisbane

Brisbane offers a range of housing options spanning all styles from the iconic ‘Queenslander’ with its high ceilings and breezy verandahs to the modern, loft-style apartment. the Mercer Worldwide Cost of Living Survey 2010 ranked Brisbane as one of Australia’s most affordable cities – more competitive than other Asia-Pacific locations such as Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Melbourne.

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Extensive calendar of events

Feel the crowd roar at an international rugby showdown; browse through art galleries known for hosting collections from the likes of Warhol to Lynch; or unwind and unbuckle on the banks of the Brisbane River after eating your way through one of Australia’s biggest food festivals.

Discover our jam-packed calendar of food and wine, sport, art and cultural events.

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