Endeavour College is the largest Natural Medicine College in the Southern Hemisphere, with six campuses across Australia in Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and the Gold Coast. Formerly Australian College of Natural Medicine or ACNM, it began in 1975 as a small Acupuncture college with 16 students and now has over 6000 students nationwide.


Endeavour College of Natural Health we have a single reason for being — to educate first rate professionals who are perfectly positioned to service the thriving health and wellness sector, both in Australia and globally.

From a careers perspective we believe more than half of the job types available to health and wellness professionals of the future are yet to be invented. This means your wellness career could take exciting turns you could never have predicted.

Endeavour College of Natural Health offers five Bachelor Degree programs in Nutritional and Dietetic MedicineNaturopathyComplementary MedicineMyotherapy and Acupuncture. Endeavour is offering several school leaver scholarships to high achievers in 2017. Apply at endeavour.com.au .

Clinic Services

Endeavour College of Natural Health Student Clinics are open to the public are staffed by senior students who treat clients under the supervision of qualified practitioners.

The busy modern clinics offer a wide variety of affordable natural healthcare treatments which serve as valuable, real-world experience for the students giving them an opportunity to develop confidence by putting their theoretical knowledge to practice.

Prospective students can experience what Endeavour College of Natural Health has to offer by visiting the student clinic. Make an appointment today and trial the different types of natural medicines from all our courses – Massage, Acupuncture, Naturopathy, Nutritional Medicine and Musculoskeletal Therapy.

Easy Enrolment Process

At Endeavour College of Natural Health we offer you the best in natural medicine education - you choose when, where and how you study! Your first step to get started is to contact one of our friendly Admissions Advisers . You can do this by completing an online enquiry form or by phoning your nearest campus.

The next step in the enrolment process involves a face to face or phone interview with an Endeavour Admissions Adviser. Once you have completed the interview, your Admissions Adviser will help you to create a personalised study plan.

Contact an Endeavour College of Natural Health Admissions Adviser today on 1300 462 887 or for more information visit our website www.endeavour.edu.au .

Endeavour Open Day

Come visit one of our open days at the following campus locations:

  • Gold Coast
  • Melbourne
  • Perth
  • Sydney
  • Brisbane
  • Adelaide

For more information about our Open Day, visit www.naturalhealthopenday.com.au

CampusAddress
Melbourne Level 1, 368 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Brisbane Level 2, 269 Wickham Street FORTITUDE VALLEY QLD 4006
Perth Level 1, 170 Wellington Street EAST PERTH WA 6004
Gold Coast 105 Scarborough Street SOUTHPORT QLD 4215
Adelaide 88 Currie Street ADELAIDE SA 5000
Sydney Level 2, 815-825 George Street SYDNEY NSW 2000
Sydney Olympic Park 10 Parkview Drive SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK NSW 2127

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