Charles Sturt University
At Charles Sturt University (CSU), our ethos is ‘Yindyamarra Winhanganha’, a Wiradjuri phrase meaning ‘the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in’. Our students, academics, alumni and research help make the world a better place at local, regional, national and international levels.
Charles Sturt University Campus Locations
Charles Sturt University currently has 13 campuses located across 4 states. Learn more about each campus and the courses they offer.
Albury-Wodonga | Elizabeth Mitchell Drive Albury 2640 NSW
CSU?s Albury-Wodonga Campus has gained international recognition for its environmentally sensitive design, including ecofriendly buildings, native vegetation and wetlands. Campus facilities include state-of-the-art anatomy and physiology laboratories, a herbarium and a 24-hour Learning Commons. New accommodation facilities are available for students choosing to live on campus.
Transport: Albury is located on major bus, train and plane routes. The campus is serviced by public transport.
Bathurst | Panorama Avenue Bathurst 2795 NSW
The Bathurst campus of CSU is situated at the foot of Mount Panorama, several blocks from the centre of Bathurst. The 80 hectare campus consists of numerous accommodation facilities catering for more than 1123 students, including lecture theatres, state-of-the-art technical laboratories, library facilities and sporting facilities.
Transport: Bathurst is located on major bus, train and plane routes. The campus is serviced by public transport.
CSU - Study Centre Brisbane | 119 Charlotte Street Brisbane 4000 QLD
Transport: Train, tram, bus
CSU Study Centre - Melbourne | 30 Church Lane Melbourne 3000 VIC
The CSU Study Centre is conveniently located in the city centre. Key features include computer laboratories, student lounge, well equipped classrooms, library, student support, academic counselling and central location.
Transport: Train, tram, bus
CSU Study Centre - Sydney | Level 1, 63 Oxford Street Darlinghurst 2010 NSW
The CSU Study Centre Sydney is located in the city centre, next to Hyde Park, surrounded by a superb array of shops, cafes and restaurants. The Study Centre is shared with Martin College and Embassy CES, the English language division of Study Group. Students can enjoy proximity to places of interest such as Darling Harbour, Bondi, the city centre and Chinatown. Key features include bright modern premises, computer laboratories with latest software, student lounge, well-equipped classrooms, library, a wide range of opportunities to continue their studies, campus activities programs and academic counselling.
Transport: The CSU Study Centre Sydney is located within a 10 minute walk of 3 city train stations, and serviced by over a dozen city and suburban bus routes.
Distance Education | Panorama Avenue Bathurst 2795 NSW
Distance education is becoming the preferred way to gain tertiary qualifications without having to attend a campus. CSU has the technology, support and infrastructure to ensure that a student's study experience is positive and successful.
Dubbo | Tony McGrane Place Dubbo 2830 NSW
The University's newest campus at Dubbo uses state-of-the-art communication technologies to provide regional Australia with access to quality higher education. A purpose-built interactive learning centre features interactive video and telephone studios linked by microwave to other campuses, a resource area with computing facilities, internet access and AV equipment.
Transport: Dubbo is located on major bus, train and plane routes. The campus is serviced by public transport.
NSW Police Academy | McDermott Drive Goulburn 2580 NSW
The NSW Police Academy occupies some 40 acres within Goulburn city boundaries. A driver training circuit is located a short distance from the main campus; course participants attending the driver training circuit are transported by bus.
Transport: Goulburn is located on major bus and train routes. The campus itself has limited public transport. Free parking is available.
Orange | Leeds Parade Orange 2800 NSW
Orange is located in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, 260 kilometres west of Sydney. Situated at the foot of Mt. Canobolas, the highest point between the Blue Mountains, Orange sits amidst picturesque hills and valleys. Orange, population around 38,000, is a progressive city with a friendly country atmosphere. Residents enjoy many commercial and recreational facilities along with excellent retail, sporting, educational and health services. Orange comes alive on the weekend with a range of entertainment venues, pubs and night clubs.
Port Macquarie | 7 Major Innes Road Port macquarie 2444 NSW
Port Macquarie is a growing coastal hub in a picturesque setting. There is plenty for people of all ages to do, whether a high-speed boat or a scenic river cruise is their scene. There are beaches, rainforests and wildlife, as well as a huge range of festivals and cultural events, shopping and cafes. Port Macquarie Campus is ideally located in the modern Macquarie Business Park, close to Town Beach and the central shopping precinct, across the road from the town library, and next door to a cafe.
St Mark's Nat Theological Ctr | 15 Blackall Street Barton 2600 ACT
Transport: Canberra is located on major bus, train and plane routes. The campus is serviced by public transport.
United Theological College | 16 Masons Drive North parramatta 2151 NSW
Transport: Nearby public transport available.
Wagga Wagga | Boorooma Street Wagga wagga north 2650 NSW
The Wagga Wagga Campus combines the advantages of rural and city living, sprawling over 640 hectares of Australian bushland, five minutes from the city centre. As well as a range of state-of-the-art technical facilities, the campus supports the University's award-winning winery, cheese factory, vineyard and farm.
Transport: Wagga Wagga is located on major bus, train and plane routes. The campus is serviced by public transport.