Torrens University campus on Flinders Street, Melbourne
Embrace Melbourne’s creativity while accessing state-of-the-art facilities to advance your future career.

About this campus

There’s something for everyone when you study in Melbourne. Enjoy our light-filled Flinders Street campus, with high-tech facilities including photography and textile labs, and project studio spaces that contribute to our cutting-edge environment. Here, we have an open-door policy, which means you’ll always feel comfortable getting the most out of your studies.
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Available at this campus location
  • Health, Design and Creative Technology, Business, Hospitality
  • English Language Centre
  • Accessibility access 
  • State-of-the-art facilities including photography and sewing-machine labs and project studios
  • Clinical labs with simulation rooms, high-fidelity mannequins and state-of-the-art equipment
  • Laptop stations and communal Apple desktops
  • Learning Resource Centre (library)
  • Breakout zones
  • Located in the heart of Melbourne’s Central Business District
  • Close to public transport, restaurants and cafés

About this campus

There’s something for everyone when you study in Melbourne. Enjoy our light-filled Flinders Street campus, with high-tech facilities including photography and textile labs, and project studio spaces that contribute to our cutting-edge environment. Here, we have an open-door policy, which means you’ll always feel comfortable getting the most out of your studies.
  • State-of-the-art facilities including photography and sewing-machine labs and project studios
  • Clinical labs with simulation rooms, high-fidelity mannequins and state-of-the-art equipment
  • Laptop stations and communal Apple desktops
  • Learning Resource Centre (library)
  • Breakout zones
  • Located in the heart of Melbourne’s Central Business District
  • Close to public transport, restaurants and cafés
Campus Building Icon | Torrens University
Available at this campus location
  • Health, Design and Creative Technology, Business, Hospitality
  • English Language Centre
  • Accessibility access 

Student life

With the Yarra River, Federation Square and Flinders Street Station just a stone’s throw away, our campus – which houses an English Language Centre – is surrounded by some of Australia’s most celebrated cultural hubs. Discover the hidden gems of Melbourne’s famous laneways, laden with street food and street art.
Aiden Hudson Davies - Diploma of Photography student testimonial
Aiden Hudson-Davies
Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging
Any time I’ve asked for help I’ve had such positive experiences, whether from staff or students. It’s almost like everyone is family.
  • Features
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • Vibrant and safe location with numerous cafés and eateries in surrounding area
  • Light-filled studio spaces in place of traditional classrooms
  • Learning Resource Centre (library)
  • Fully equipped photography studio and sewing-machine lab
  • Digital data projectors and lightboxes for conceptual work
  • B+W and colour photocopiers
  • Clinical lab with simulation rooms
  • Communal Apple desktops, laptop stations and breakout zones
  • Exhibition spaces
  • English Language Centre
  • Free wi-fi
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196 Flinders Street,
Melbourne, VIC 3000

Our Flinders Street campus is located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD and conveniently located across from Flinders Street Station, which services many train lines. There are trams and buses across the city for easy transport to and from campus. If using your own bike, please bring a lock as there are no bike racks on site. Likewise, there is no student parking on site. Paid street parking is available outside campus, but spaces are in high demand and heavily regulated by parking inspectors. Wilson Parking offers 24/7 car parking next to campus – check Wilsonparking.com.au for rates.

Upcoming events

Explore our calendar to discover what’s happening across the Torrens University network.
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We have made the decision to move our Open Day to an online event on Tuesday 17 August.
August 2021
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Success Coaches

The Success Coaching program provides you with ongoing support, advice and encouragement throughout the duration of your course. Available online or on campus, your coach is dedicated to your success. They are part-cheerleader, part-problem-solver, all with the inside knowledge of your future industry.

Your teachers and academics

You’ll be supported by a passionate network of industry leaders, with a personalised approach to teaching that’s designed to land you the job you love.

  • Meet the teachers as The Rocks campus
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    Rotana Cheng
    Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Myotherapy)
    The lecturers really helped me to develop my skills, provided me with belief in my abilities and gave me the confidence to practice.
Cath Rogers | Dean Health and Education | Staff

Professor Cath Rogers
Dean of Health and Education


A registered nurse for nearly 40 years, Cath has also worked as a health academic for three decades. Cath firmly believes that access to high-quality education is transformative and key to improving health outcomes for all. Cath’s research has focused on women’s health issues, resilience in the face of illness and the health workforce.

Robyn Latimer | Staff

Robyn Latimer, OAM
Associate Dean, Design and Creative Technology


In her 25-year design career, Robyn has owned a studio, directed a company and led countless community projects. Having worked in magazines and advertising, she specialised in publishing before progressing to education, which was a natural fit. She advocates for equity of access to lifelong learning and online education. In 2010, Robyn received a NSW Volunteer of the Year Award, and in 2018, an Order of Australia Medal.

Greg Harper Pro Vice Chancellor Business | Staff
Dr. Gregory Harper
Pro Vice-Chancellor, Business and Hospitality 

Gregory is a highly experienced executive, leader, consultant and academic. Greg has held a number of senior executive positions in the public and private sectors, including Senior Executive at the Queensland Department of Education and CEO of a licensed club. Greg has a doctorate in leadership development and has completed post-graduate qualifications in economics and learning and development.

Professor Scott Thompson-Whiteside | Staff

Professor Scott Thompson-Whiteside
Executive Dean, Design and Creative Technology


Professor Scott Thompson-Whiteside is the Executive Dean, Design and Creative Technology and provides overall academic leadership to staff and students in the vertical. Scott has over 20 years of academic leadership in design across Europe, Asia and Australia with experience leading a number of programs, schools and faculties. Originally from the United Kingdom and trained as Industrial Designer, Scott soon moved into design management gaining a Masters degree in design leadership. He acquired his Phd from the Centre for Studies in Higher Education at the University of Melbourne. Scott is a strong advocate of internationalization, industry engaged teaching, high quality student outcomes and interdisciplinary research. Scott’s own research interests intersect the disciplines of design education, higher education policy, design strategy and innovation.

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General enquiries: 1300 571 803
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196 Flinders Street,
Melbourne, VIC 3000

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Student Services hours:
Mon to Thu: 7.30am–7pm
Friday: 7.30am–5pm

Hours during trimester breaks:
Mon to Fri: 9am–5pm

Campus currently not open

Torrens University Australia acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. Torrens University Australia respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present.

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