Albury-Wodonga is a vibrant regional centre situated on the border of NSW and Victoria. It is home to a great range of shops, theatre, cafés and restaurants, and just a stone’s throw from snowfields and wine regions, providing excellent day trips when you need a break from study.
CSU’s Albury-Wodonga Campus was designed with sustainability in mind. Its buildings feature many environmentally sensitive features to minimise the use of heating and cooling. Ecologically significant wetlands and a huge variety of native flora and fauna can also be seen on the campus. A small and friendly campus environment means you will meet other students from a range of courses and feel part of a close-knit community.
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|Facts and figures|
|Melbourne to Albury-Wodonga||
|Sydney to Albury-Wodonga||
|Campus||No. of Beds||Package 1 price range||Package 2 price range|
|Albury-Wodonga||Semi Catered||246||not applicable||$7,844.00 - $9,356.00|
|Bathurst||Catered||553||$8,936.00||$9,188.00 - $10,760.00|
|Dubbo||Self Catered||62||not applicable||$6,872.00|
|Wagga Wagga||Catered||270||$9,412.00 - $9,720.00||$10,160.00 - $11,732.00|
In 1972, shortly after the establishment of the Riverina College of Advanced Education (RCAE), a study centre was set up in Albury as part of an ambitious distance education program. The Albury study centre was replaced in 1976 by the Albury-Wodonga study centre, and in 1984 was officially recognised as the 'Murray' campus of the RCAE.
Phone: (02) 6051 9000
Charles Sturt University
Elizabeth Mitchell Drive
Facsimile: + 61 2 6331 9634
Campus postal address:
PO Box 789
Albury NSW 2640
In case of emergency, campus security can be contacted on
Phone: (02) 6051 9812
Research by CSU Masters of Philosophy student Luke Pearce aims to help the survival of a tiny native fish once found throughout the southern part of the Murray Darling Basin
CSU in Orange has a large vineyard and farm, and a range of state-of-the-art facilities, including a new, award-winning health building.
From the establishment of the Wagga Wagga and Bathurst Experimental Farms in 1895, Charles Sturt University has grown to become one of the largest Universities in the country generating more than $500 million and 5,000 jobs for our rural and regional communities each year.