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Boeing Australia have collaborated on projects with us and provided sponsorship, and their staff have taught in our avionics program.
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Award-winning singer-songwriter and ARIA-nominated artist Kate Miller-Heidke is the 2016 QUT Alumnus of the Year.
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Gardens Point is our inner-city Brisbane campus, located next to the Brisbane River, the Botanic Gardens and Parliament House.
You can travel to and from Gardens Point by bus, train, CityCat (ferry) or taxi.
The campus has its own CityCat stop, and is a short walk from Central and South Bank train stations, and King George Square and Queen Street bus stations.
All public transport in South-East Queensland is run by TransLink.
You may be entitled to cheaper fares if you have a valid student ID and meet all of Translink's eligibility criteria. See Translink's concession fares for tertiary students for more information.
Limited paid parking is available on campus.
There are also commercial car parks within walking distance in the CBD and at South Bank.
QUT staff and students who cycle to campus have access to secure bike racks, lockers and showers. You must park your bike in the approved racks.
There's an on-campus cycle centre in the Healthstream Fitness Club and Aquatic Centre. Members have access to bike racks, changing rooms and lockers, and laundry service.
Brisbane City Council has maps of bikeways and shared pathways around the city, as well as information about bike parking and facilities, and taking your bike on public transport.
If you're travelling from overseas to study with us, we offer a 24-hour airport reception service for international students. We'll pick you up and take you to your accommodation in Brisbane.
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Visiting our Gardens Point campus? Take our self-guided tour to find out more about the learning and teaching facilities, community spaces and cultural venues on campus.
2 George St
Brisbane, QLD 4000
Phone: 3138 2000
Level 1, X Block, Gardens Point