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Study in Werribee

One of Melbourne's fastest growing suburbs!

Werribee is a suburb on the western edge of Melbourne that is easily accessible by public transport, it only takes 30 minutes by train to travel to the Melbourne city centre.
Werribee is surrounded by some of the most culturally diverse and fastest growing Melbourne suburbs, including Point Cook, Hoppers Crossing, Tarneit and Wyndham Vale.
Our Werribee Campus is located on Watton Street, which is right in the heart of the urban city centre and boasts brand-new, state-of-the-art labs and classrooms.

What’s in Werribee?

  • Cinemas and theatres
  • Large shopping malls
  • Wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars
  • Speciality international food outlets
  • Brand-new aquatic and fitness facilities
  • Art galleries and a main arts and cultural centre
  • Easy public transport links to Melbourne and Geelong

Activities and attractions

The following tourist attractions are less than 30 minutes away from Werribee:

  • You Yangs National Park: These distinctive granite peaks have sweeping views of Werribee’s flat volcanic plains and are the perfect destination for hikers and mountain bikers.

  • The Werribee Gorge State Park: This Park offers great opportunities for bushwalking and rock-climbing and has a spectacular natural swimming hole.

  • Werribee Open Range Zoo: Come face-to-face with giraffes, zebras, hippos, wallabies and emus on a safari tour and get involved in a range of interactive and educational exhibits. 

  • Wyndham City Eagle Stadium: The largest indoor recreation facility in Melbourne’s west caters for a wide range of sports including basketball, netball, table tennis, volleyball and badminton.

  • Werribee Park and Mansion: Built in the late 1870s by the wealthy Chirnside family this colonial homestead is Victoria's largest private residence that is open to the public. The property includes the Victoria State Rose Garden and the Werribee Park Sculpture Walk.

  • Point Cook RAAF Museum: The RAAF Museum is home to Australia's largest collection of memorabilia and aircraft relating to the rich history of the Australian aviation and is the birthplace of the Australian Flying Corps and the Royal Australian Air Force.

Visit to find out more about Werribee.



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