Based in the picturesque Limestone Coast region of southeast South Australia, UniSA’s Mount Gambier Regional Centre provides important learning opportunities to country-based students and researchers.
Mount Gambier is the State’s largest regional city, and has become known as the home of the Blue Lake, a spectacular body of water that lies in the crater of a dormant volcano. The city is within easy reach of the famous Coonawarra wine region.
The Mount Gambier Regional Centre is co-located with TAFE SA on Wireless Road, Mount Gambier. It was established in 2005, as part of UniSA’s regional engagement strategy. The site plays co-host (with Whyalla) to UniSA’s Centre for Regional Engagement.
Mount Gambier offers students undergraduate programs in nursing and rural health, social work and rural practice, business and regional enterprise; and UniSA Foundation Studies, which prepares students for tertiary education.
The Mount Gambier regional centre is an exciting development for UniSA, Mount Gambier and regional South Australia. Its success reflects extensive ongoing community consultations and collaborative partnerships.
Getting to Mount Gambier campus
Mount Gambier is only a short flight or about a five-hour drive from Adelaide. Regional Express (REX) Airlines run regular flights to Mount Gambier, while Premier Stateliner run coach services from Adelaide.
Getting to Mount Gambier campus is easy. You can get there by car or catch the bus service five days a week via the North West loop.