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The town of Carnarvon is located at the mouth of the Gascoyne River, 488km north of Geraldton. It is considered the food bowl of Western Australia and is famous for its banana plantations. 

The Campus was established in 1988 and delivers approximately forty qualifications to around 600 students each year. 

Training is offered in art, hospitality, business and administration, financial services, information technology, general education, conservation and land management, clothing production and printmaking, community services, marine, engineering and more.

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Located on the lower level of the building our crèche incorporates both an indoor and outdoor play area. It is supervised and is a safe, happy and comfortable place for your children, aged from 8 weeks old to primary school, to attend while you are in class.

It is open from Monday - Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm.

Computer Lab

Our computer lab is located on the upper floor of the campus. It is fully equipped with workstations, software and internet access to encourage students to undertake their studies in a welcoming environment.

Flexible Learning Room

Equipped with computer facilities to assist students to complete courses at their own pace and in their own time, without attending a "classroom" every day.

Student Common Room

Located on the lower level, the common room is a welcoming space for students to recharge and relax during study breaks. It is equipped with a microwave, fridge, and tea/coffee making facilities.


Parking is available on the street surrounding the campus. There are designated parking bays available for people with disabilities.


14 Camel Lane, Carnarvon Western Australia 6701
(08) 9941 0100 or 1800 672 700

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Page last updated January 11, 2018