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Our campuses are welcoming, inspiring and collaborative places for students, staff and the community.
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Explore our beautiful campuses and discover what it’s like to study at the University of Newcastle. Let our tour guides walk you through the must-see teaching and learning spaces on campus, then dive deeper into some of our other fantastic locations.
Our space and places
Nestled in the lush bushland setting of our Callaghan campus, Local Connections aims to highlight the connection between the University and the local community. Run by the University, the venue delivers fresh, seasonal, delicious dishes at student and staff-friendly prices.
In Darkinjung language, Ganda Burung are the words for 'food shelter'. This is a place to sit and connect with others and the outdoor spaces, including the billabong located adjacent to the cafe.
Our purpose-built state-of-the-art facility
Designed to help students meet the business needs of today, our Sydney campus offers world-class facilities including interactive teaching spaces, collaboration zones and innovative styles of learning.
In the heart the CBD, NUspace is a hive of innovation that delivers a next-generation university experience while also providing an integral link with industry.
With locations at Callaghan and Newcastle CBD, The Forum offers extensive and contemporary sports complexes, group fitness classes and membership options to suit almost any budget.
The Watt Street Gallery will exhibit gatherED from 28 April - 23 May 2021. Please join our guest curator and the artists for the launch 'gatherED' Saturday 1 May from 2 - 4pm.
This production is a University of Newcastle research project to investigate how a Greek play may be performed in the modern proscenium arch theatre, as opposed to the arena configuration for which they were originally designed.
2021 Parent info session: Year 10 subject selection
Join to learn about the subject selection process and study options from student ambassadors at the University of Newcastle.
In Conversation with Dr Alan Finkel AO
Join Dr Alan Finkel AO, for the first Looking Ahead In Conversation for 2021, as his public address helps the audience to understand the vast opportunities available through low emissions technology.
The 'Lucky Country'
Join Hugh Mackay AO, Professor Catharine Coleborne and panel members in thoughtful debate, questions and analysis of what a kind, loving and advancing community looks like in Australia and the barriers we face as a society.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.