Gold Coast campus
Southern Cross University's Gold Coast campus is located at Coolangatta just 400 metres from North Kirra Beach, and adjacent to the Gold Coast Airport. Views of the Pacific Ocean can be seen from many vantage points in the campus' buildings.
The campus includes a student services hub, designed to provide a one-stop shop for student support and enquiries. The library offers stunning views of the ocean and Gold Coast hinterland. Other facilities include innovative learning spaces, health science laboratories, lecture theatres with live video broadcasting, computer labs and student lounges.
The public SCU Health Clinic, clinical laboratories for nursing and midwifery, laboratories for occupational therapy students and physiology, anatomy and biomechanics laboratories are also located at the campus.
Degrees on offer include arts, nursing, midwifery, occupational therapy, podiatry and pedorthics, speech pathology, social science and social welfare, business, education, information technology, law and tourism.
The Gold Coast is Australia's sixth largest city, with a population of just under half a million people. Attractions include 70 kilometres of beaches, tropical rainforest hinterland and numerous bush walks, parklands, major shopping centres, markets and entertainment.
Southern Cross Drive
Bilinga QLD 4225
(Access via Terminal Drive, Gold Coast Airport)
Find courses at the Gold Coast campus
To check the degrees on offer at the Gold Coast campus, please refer to our list of course options, or use the links below:
- Undergraduate courses at Gold Coast campus
- Postgraduate courses at Gold Coast campus
- Honours courses at Gold Coast campus
Visit the campus
Call 1800 626 481 for further details or contact us online.
Travel to the Gold Coast campus
For information on how to travel to the Gold Coast campus and what parking is available please go to the Travel to SCU page.
Gold Coast tourism information
The Gold Coast Tourism website offers information on accommodation, things to do, attractions and more.
Updated: 25 January 2016