Location - North Coast - Coffs Harbour Education Campus CHEC - New
TAFE NSW Coffs Harbour Education Campus is situated a short distance from the beach, almost halfway between the bustling city of Coffs Harbour and the beachside community of Sawtell.
The campus shares a site with the Coffs Harbour Senior College and Southern Cross University to create an innovative and inviting learning environment for students of all disciplines, as well as the Coffs Harbour Innovation Centre, a regional hub fostering innovative, creative and technology-based businesses.
Our large shared campus has a range of practical skills centres and workshops including a state-of-the-art automotive workshop, functioning hair and beauty salon, commercial kitchen, child care centre, simulated hospital for nursing training, farming gardens and nursery, and the only furniture design workshop on the North Coast. The campus features extensive student amenities including a multi-level library, computer facilities, on-campus gym, campus bar, indoor and outdoor sporting facilities, and the popular Osprey Restaurant.
Services and facilities
At TAFE NSW Coffs Harbour Education Campus, 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.
- Auditorium and conference room
- Dedicated design and media computer labs
- Fully equipped fitness centre and gymnasium
- Furniture design workshop
- Gumbaynggirr room Aboriginal learner support centre
- Hair and beauty training academy
- Horticultural training centre
- Maritime training and management facilities
- Simulated business offices
- Simulated hospital nursing labs
- State-of-the-art automotive training workshop
- Student performance theatre
- Transport engineering technology centre
- Welding and metal fabrication workshop
- The Osprey training restaurant
- Hole in the Wall commercial kitchen
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.