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Melbourne is rated as the nation’s best cultural hub and most liveable city for students, meaning you and your studies will flourish here.

University campuses in Melbourne

From what they offer to what they look like, get a feel for our Melbourne locations before you walk through the door.

Fitzroy Campus Melbourne Victoria | Torrens University Australia
Fitzroy clinic

Health

45 Victoria Street
Fitzroy, VIC 3065

Torrens University Melbourne campus
Flinders Street campus

Design and Creative Technology, Health, Business, Hospitality, English Language Centre

196 Flinders Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000

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High safety ranking

Melbourne ranked 9th in the world for overall safety in the 2021 Safe Cities Index, so you can feel safe while you study and explore.

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Convenient transport

Melbourne has an excellent public transport system, so you can easily get around the city and to our campuses.

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Australia's Best Student City

In the QS Best Student Cities ranking, Melbourne has been Australia's number one city since 2015 and is now number four globally.

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3rd most liveable city in the world

In 2023's Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index, Melbourne scored perfect in Healthcare, Infrastructure and Education.

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Things to do in Melbourne

Often called the cultural capital of Australia, you’ll find plenty of things to do while in Melbourne – many of them completely free.

You could spend a whole day exploring the Queen Victoria Market, the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere and home to hundreds of stalls selling all sorts of food and goodies. Or make the most of a sunny day at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, 38 hectares of grass, garden beds, lakes and lawns beside the Yarra River.

For cultural exploration, check out the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). It’s Australia’s oldest art museum and most exhibitions are free to visit. There’s a second outpost at Fed Square, a huge venue for arts, culture and public events where you’ll find plenty to do.

Student lifestyle in Melbourne

International students in Melbourne love the quality of life that this trendy city has to offer. Apart from all the things that the city has to offer, there's also easy access to nature for relaxing exploration and adventures.

Melbourne is known for its fickle weather – you’ll hear locals talk about having four seasons in one day. Summers are hot and dry, with average temperatures between 14 and 26°C, though the hottest days often get above 30°C. Winter temperatures are much lower, ranging from around 7-15°C, with grey, cloudy skies common.

Events in Melbourne

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