The University of Newcastle plays an important part in the renewed a sense of vibrancy in the Newcastle CBD.

Newcastle City precinct

The University of Newcastle plays an important part in the renewed sense of vibrancy in the Newcastle CBD and our Newcastle City precinct is very much at the centre of the city's burgeoning arts scene.

NeW Space is a $95 million landmark education precinct under development by the University of Newcastle in the heart of Newcastle's CBD. NeW Space will harness the latest in technology and innovation in teaching and learning to deliver a world-class student experience by engaging students in new and exciting ways.

Our wonderful Conservatorium of Music (part of the School of Creative Arts) is located in the Newcastle City Campus. Its premier Concert Hall is a much-loved performance venue for local, interstate and international artists.

Also in our city precinct are the Newcastle Legal Centre and Newcastle Graduate School of Business which are located in University House, a landmark art-deco sandstone building directly opposite Civic Park.

Our city presence provides opportunities for us to strengthen our relations with the business community and increases the number of opportunities for our students to integrate their studies with work placements.


Services and facilities

Being centrally located, the City precinct enjoys easy access to the growing number of services and facilities available in the city and the ever-popular Darby Street, including great shopping, cafes, restaurants, bars and galleries. Marketown Shopping Centre is less than one kilometre away.

Our City precinct library has resources to support our music, business and law programs.

Music students enjoy access to a specialist collection focusing on classical European and Australian contemporary music as well as over 32,000 musical scores and collections in music therapy and ethnomusicology.


Our location


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The campus has strong transport links, making it an ideal study location for many of our students, particularly those who study part-time and work close by.