Experience our beautiful campuses and discover what it’s like to study at the University of Newcastle.
Explore our campuses
Let our Student Ambassadors show you some of our must-see teaching and learning spaces, their favourite study spots, and of course - where to get the best coffee on campus. Not only will you get a personalised tour, but an opportunity to ask as many questions as you have about what uni life is really like!
New campus tour dates to come in early 2022. Check out our Info Day, 20th January 2022
Tours are offered across five of our campus locations in Newcastle and the Central Coast. Not sure which one to attend? Check out our handy guide below.
Q BuildingCentral Coast - OurimbahCentral Coast – Central Coast Clinical School
Newcastle - Callaghan
Come and check out our largest campus at Callaghan, in its beautiful bushland setting. Get a feel for your way around campus, from lecture theatres to libraries, cafés and bars, parks and sporting facilities, student hubs and support services, and of course to our on-site accommodation precinct.
Newcastle - NUspace
Planning on studying a law, business, commerce or associated business degree? Come and see our NUspace campus, located in the heart of the Newcastle CBD, near the Newcastle Courthouse! Offering eight floors of great views, it’s a fantastic setting to study in.
The newest addition to our Honeysuckle precinct, the Q Building, is home to our School of Creative Industries. Come and explore the world-class creative facilities, including makerspaces, recording studios and innovation areas.
Central Coast - Ourimbah
Live on the Central Coast? Our Ourimbah campus specialises in Exercise and Sport Science, Food Science and Human Nutrition, Podiatry or Oral Health, with a range of other degrees available too.
Central Coast – Central Coast Clinical School
Wanting to study Medicine, Nursing or Midwifery? Visit our newest campus, adjoining the Gosford Hospital. Come and check out our innovative health simulation technology and gain practical insight into a real-world hospital setting.
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.