Location - Hunter & Central Coast - Scone - New

Scone

TAFE NSW Scone is located in the upper Hunter Valley in Scone, a town known as the horse capital of Australia.

Conveniently situated next to the racecourse and the Equine Research Centre, TAFE NSW Scone features state-of-the-art stables, a riding area, and farrier’s workshop. Also located on site is Hunter Local Land Services, who provide local landholders with greater access to services and advice in agricultural production, natural resource management, biosecurity and emergency management.

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Scone

2 Flemington Drive, Scone 2337

Services and facilities

At TAFE NSW Scone, you'll learn new skills in training environments designed to reflect real workplaces, with access to the same equipment and latest technology being used by industry.

  • Agricultural training facility
  • Equine studies centre featuring:
    • Farrier’s workshop
    • Riding arena
    • Stables
  • Veterinary nursing training centre

Counselling and careers

Disability services

Based at Newcastle Campus
Phone (02) 4923 7450
Email hunter.disabilityservices@tafensw.edu.au

TAFE NSW Scone Connected Learning Centre is a state-of-the-art facility providing greater access to skills training and employment outcomes to the people of the upper Hunter Valley in New South Wales.

The Connected Learning Centre will give the local community access to digitally-enabled technologies, such as simulations and virtual reality experiences, and offer a greater number of courses and flexible study options.

From business leaders to baristas, there’s a course to equip you with the skills you need, for the job you want.

TAFE NSW Scone Connected Learning Centre gives the community access to a world-class digital learning facility with training in simulations and VR.

Be ambitious, explore the courses on offer and enrol today at the TAFE NSW Scone Connected Learning Centre.

Acknowledgement of Country

TAFE NSW would like to pay our respect and acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of the land, rivers and sea. We acknowledge and pay our respect to the Elders, past, present and emerging, of all nations.