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About Billy Blue College of Design
With open plan spaces, high ceilings, lots of light, and creative pods for learning, collaboration and entrepreneurship, this space draws its inspiration from cafes and restaurants rather than institutions.
The campus is conveniently situated close to a multitude of art galleries, restaurant and cafe precincts, popular and eclectic community hubs such as Brunswick and Greville Streets, all offering a stimulating and colourful range of fashion, food, culture and industry immersion.
The new Brisbane campus perched on the cliffs overlooking the Brisbane River captures the Queensland architectural style our Sunshine State is internationally renowned for. The campus interior, featuring a contemporary resort-style vibe, will maximise the views of the city and the iconic Storey Bridge and will be packed with the latest technologies.
The campus is in Perth's cultural precinct with the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and the State Library of WA as our neighbours.
- Sydney is a geographically stunning, friendly and cosmopolitan city that people from all over the world call home. It's a place of pristine beaches and chic cafés and New York-style restaurants and bars. Nature is always close by with stunning beaches 20 minutes away and major National Parks in every direction. The Sydney Campus is in an excellent position, close to Sydney Harbour, Central Business District and cultural quarters.
- Melbourne has a reputation as the cultural hub of Australia. Billy Blue’s purpose-built campus is situation in trendy downtown Melbourne on Little Collins Street, and offers state-of-the art facilities.
- The new Brisbane campus perched on the cliffs overlooking the Brisbane River.
- Billy Blue's Perth campus is located in the Central Institute of Technology, in Northbridge, close to the heart of the city and is a short walk away from the main Perth train station and a free bus service.