Bendigo TAFE has undergone a major revitalisation of its city campus, the result of a $60 million investment by the Victorian Government. The revitalised campus offers the very best facilities for students of northern Victoria, delivering an educational precinct, not only good for students, but boosts activity and vibrancy in Bendigo’s central business district.

With a mix of new buildings and refurbished heritage buildings, the modern campus will provide the latest equipment as well as state of the art audio visual, with formal and informal teaching and collaborative learning spaces throughout. The design focusses on open, flexible learning spaces, with shared breakout zones and an inviting and connected atmosphere across the entire campus.

The new city campus will feature a prominent, easy to find front door for the campus, on Hargreaves Street, a one-stop-shop for student support services, enrolment and library.

We are now conducting tours of our marvellous new facilities. Tours will run twice weekly and generally take one hour. Every part of the tour is accessible (should you have any mobility concerns).

Tours will be hosted by our Volunteer Team and will leave at midday on the designated day. To book for a different time/day please request in the comment section below.

As per the Victorian Government Guidelines, it is a condition of entry that all visitors 16 years and older must be fully vaccinated. At the start of the tour you will be required to show your vaccination status and check-in using the Victorian State Government app. Wearing a mask is required during the tour; unless you have a medical exception by a medical practitioner you can show to one of our team.

For any questions or enquiries, please email
Fill in your details to take a tour of our city campus.

GROUP BOOKING (Max 12 people per group)

Bendigo TAFE acknowledges their campuses are located on the ancestral lands of the Djaara people of the Dja Dja Wurrung and the Yorta Yorta People. The institute respects traditional custodians, elders and their cultural heritage.