Location

The Wollotuka Institute operates across all University of Newcastle campuses located on different Aboriginal countries on the east coast of Australia.

Our team at all campuses provides a culturally welcoming and safe environment for our Nguraki (Elders), students, staff and community members. Our team also plays a pivotal role in passing on cultural guidance and increasing knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education to the wider campus community.


Newcastle Campus at Callaghan - Awabakal Country

Newcastle Campus at Callaghan - Awabakal Country

The Wollotuka Institute is located in the Birabahn Building, on the traditional lands of the Pambalong Clan of the Awabakal people.

Our building is a uniquely designed learning space that incorporates aspects of Indigenous practices and culture. The design of the building resembles the motifs of the Eaglehawk, which has special significance to the Awabakal people. These traditions and cultural practices remain the core of the Wollotuka Institute and the University of Newcastle.

Our Callaghan campus is a central hub for education, humanities, social science and the rapidly growing field of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM), as well as nursing and health.

This central location offers endless opportunities to engage with industry leaders in your field of study, while developing practical skills through work-integrated learning.

Our global research partnerships mean we’re perfectly placed to deliver innovation with impact and a hands-on, technology-rich student experience.

Callaghan Campus, Newcastle

Birabahn Building
The University of Newcastle
University Drive, Callaghan, NSW

Phone: +61 2 4921 6863
Email: wollotuka@newcastle.edu.au

Central Coast Campus at Ourimbah - Darkinung Country

Central Coast Campus at Ourimbah - Darkinung Country

The Wollotuka Institute is located in the Library (Information Resource Centre), on the traditional lands of the Darkinung people.

Our location is traditionally known as a meeting place and a place of teaching, learning and ceremony for the Darkinung people and the bordering Aboriginal countries. These traditions remain the core of the Wollotuka Institute and the University of Newcastle. Darkinung country is interconnected by creeks, bounded by swamps, rivers, lakes and ocean and is abundant with coastal life. Our country is rich in history and the land and the water are the essence of Darkinung culture.

Our campus is proud to celebrate over 30 years of world-class teaching, learning and research – offering a broad range of specialised degrees and excellent student support services. The social, community-based learning hub inspires local students to make a difference on a global scale. The flexible study options available, exclusively at the Central Coast campus take advantage of local industries. With a particular focus on education, humanities and social sciences, as well as nursing, nutrition, exercise & sport sciences, oral health and podiatry.

In addition to you having access to top-quality research and testing facilities, our strong regional partnerships will ensure that your learning embedded with hand-on experience.

Our campus is a collaborative campus of the University, TAFE and Community College.

Central Coast Campus, Ourimbah

Ourimbah Library - Level 2 - IRC-209
The University of Newcastle
10 Chittaway Road, Ourimbah, NSW

Phone: +61 2 4349 4500
Email: wollotuka@newcastle.edu.au

Newcastle City Campus at NUspace - Awabakal and Worimi Country

Newcastle City Campus at NUspace - Awabakal and Worimi Country

In the heart of Newcastle CBD, our City campus provides an integral link with industry in creativity, business and law. The campus is a vibrant hive of innovation right on the doorstep of the city centre.

The Wollotuka Institute is located on the first floor – X111, on the traditional lands of the Awabakal and Worimi people.

Our state-of-the-art NUspace building delivers a ‘next generation’ university experience, while our Innovation Hub is where you can engage with entrepreneurs, innovators, start-ups and developers to produce ideas that challenge the conventional.

Our expansion into Honeysuckle will become the home of the creative industries and will enrich the student learning experience with specialised studios and technologies, while also offering shared spaces for students, staff industry and community to enjoy.

City Campus, Newcastle

NUspace Building - Level 1 - X111
The University of Newcastle
Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW

Phone: +61 2 4921 6863
Email: wollotuka@newcastle.edu.au

Port Macquarie Campus at Port Macquarie - Birpal Country

Port Macquarie Campus at Port Macquarie - Birpal Country

The University of Newcastle and TAFE NSW – North Coast Institute share the Port Macquarie campus, providing programs to help meet the growing needs of the Mid North Coast region.

Industry partnerships foster top-quality student experience and hands-on training offers active roles within local education and healthcare facilities.

The Wollotuka Institute is located in EG-02, on the traditional lands of the Birpai people.

Although the Wollotuka room may not always be staffed by a Student Advancement Officer or our Cultural Mentor, the room will always be available for you to use. You will just need to pop in next door to see Security and they can open it up for you.

Port Macquarie Campus, Port Macquarie

The University of Newcastle 
70 Widderson St Port Macquarie

Phone: +61 2 4921 6863
Email: wollotuka@newcastle.edu.au

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.