Wangaratta

CSU's Wangaratta Regional Study Centre, in North-East Victoria, is co-located with Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE (GOTAFE).

Wangaratta is a regional centre servicing a broad catchment of 58,000 people. The township itself is home to 27,100 people and is surrounded by Victoria's most geographically diverse and scenic region. The rich agricultural land surrounding Wangaratta yields gourmet produce and world class wines.

If you are a CSU Student in the region we offer you access to computer and video conferencing facilities, meeting and lecture rooms and we have a student commons.

We support courses with a large Victorian cohort by offering residential schools as well as offering the following courses through Wangaratta:

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Facts and figures
City population 27,100
Public transport
Melbourne to Wangaratta By Car

2 ½ hrs

By Train

3 hrs

Canberra to Wangaratta By Car

4 hrs

Facilities
  • 2 x 40 person seminar rooms which can be joined to accommodate 80 people
  • 40 person science laboratory
  • Teaching kitchen with 3 phase power attached to seminar room space
  • 20 person Information Technology/Computer Lab
  • Access to a further 4 x 20 person classrooms (2 of which can be joined to hold 40 people)
  • Open plan student commons facilities with access to CSU student computers
  • A variety of meeting and break out rooms to hold up to 10 people
  • 6 hot desks for visiting CSU staff
Enquiry information

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Call us on 1800 334 733, (International +61 2 6338 6077)

CSU in Wangaratta

General Enquiries:

Reception: +61 3 5723 6386
Phone:
+61 3 5713 9061

Address:
Charles Sturt University
Wangaratta Centre
218 Tone Rd, Wangaratta VIC 3677

Centre postal address:
Charles Sturt University
Wangaratta Centre
PO Box 237
Wangaratta VIC 3676

Centre Maps

Wangaratta centre map

Centre Events

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CSU's Wangaratta centre

 
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