The University of Notre Dame Australia
The University of Notre Dame Australia is one of the leading universities nationwide according to key Federal Government survey findings in which Notre Dame achieved first in Australia for ‘Overall Quality of Educational Experience’ and in WA and NSW for Skills Development, Learner Engagement, Overall Employer Satisfaction and more (qilt.edu.au).
The University of Notre Dame Australia Campus Locations
The University of Notre Dame Australia currently has 3 campuses located across 2 states. Learn more about each campus and the courses they offer.
Broome | 88 Guy Street Broome 6725 WA
The Broome Campus was established in 1994 and has over 200 students enrolled in the VET and Higher Education sectors. Many students study externally or in mixed mode and a proportion are Indigenous Australians. The Campus has very small class sizes, well-equipped lecture rooms, computer laboratories and dedicated student support services.
Accommodation: Student accommodation is available in the Student Village. For more information call the Residential Coordinator on 08 9192 0600.
Transport: The campus is easily accessible by public transport from the Broome Town Centre, which is located 5km from the Campus. All facilities on the Campus are easily accessible on foot.
Fremantle | 19 Mouat Street Fremantle 6160 WA
Accommodation: The University maintains Port Lodge, the P&O Hotel and Cleopatra Hotel as residences for Study Abroad, international and regional students. The University's Accommodation Register is a free service to assist students in finding suitable accommodation.
Transport: The Campus is a 5 minute walk from the bus and rail terminals, and all campus buildings are accessible on foot.
Sydney | 140 Broadway Chippendale 2008 NSW
Students enjoy ideal locations for study and recreation. Nearby sporting and cultural facilities combine with the advantages of department stores, markets, cafes and restaurants, medical centres and specialty stores, all within walking distance.
Transport: The Broadway Campus is a 10 minute walk from Central Station (bus and train terminal) and the Darlinghurst Campus is a 10 minute walk from Kings Cross Train Station. All campus buildings are accessible on foot.