Bundaberg is a regional city that offers plenty of coastal attractions. Located on the Burnett River the city is known for its sugar plantations, the famous Bundaberg Rum factory, and nearby beaches. Centrally located five minutes from the town centre, our Bundaberg campus offers a range of practical courses in purpose-built facilities.
What's on offer at the Bundaberg campus
Our Bundaberg campus offers courses across a range of program areas including business, community services, hair and beauty, nursing, hospitality and tourism, retail, and trades. The campus features specialist training facilities including a beauty and hairdressing salon, nursing ward, retail training facility, training restaurant, as well as construction, engineering and mechanical workshops. Please note: no cash payments accepted at this campus.
Facilities and services
- Beauty and hairdressing salon
- Echo's training restaurant
- Student service centre
Certificate IV in Youth Work
Kick start your career in youth work with this intermediate-level course that will equip you with the skills to start working with young people in the community sooner.
- Indigenous Support Worker
- Intervention and support programs with young people and their families
- Child Safety Support Officer
- Youth justice youth worker
- Youth worker / program support officer in community based programs supporting children, young people and families experiencing mental health, domestic
- Child and youth residential care worker
- Youth mental health and disability youth worker
- School based youth support officer
- Neighbourhood centre programs including parenting programs worker / case worker
- Program support worker with children, young people and their families
Diploma of Business
Thrive in a career in business with this high-level qualification. This course is perfect for people who want to elevate their skills at a management or executive level.
- Program Consultant
- Program Coordinator
- Executive Officer
- Administration Manager
Diploma of Community Services
Take the next step in your career in community services with this advanced qualification. This course is perfect for people who want to work in the community sector.
- Social Housing Coordinator
- Community Services Worker
- Welfare Worker
- Case Manager
- Family Support Worker
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Progress your career in Early Childhood Education and Care with this advanced qualification and gain the specialised skills and knowledge needed to work as an early childhood educator or centre director.
- Early Childhood Educator
- Early Childhood Centre Director
118 Walker Street,
Bundaberg Qld 4670
PO Box 5252,
SCMC Nambour Qld 4560
If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available on campus.
We have plenty of free on-site parking available for students at our Bundaberg campus.
Hairdressing and beauty salon
Our fully operational hairdressing and beauty salon, Hair, Beauty and Soul, offers a range of services including hair styling, cutting, colouring, perming, and chemical straightening. Beauty services include waxing, tinting, manicures, pedicures, spray tanning, makeup application, facials, and massages. We use the same products, equipment, and facilities found in a real salon and work with real, paying clients. You'll have the opportunity to put theory into practice and gain practical skills in a real-world environment.
Echo's training restaurant
Our training restaurant Echo's gives our hospitality students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a real-world environment. You'll learn the workings of a real restaurant in state-of-the-art facilities under the guidance of industry-experienced teachers. Hospitality students will have the opportunity to both prepare and serve food and beverages to paying customers.
Simulated nursing ward
Our learning spaces are more than just classrooms. Our custom-built nursing training facilities include a simulated clinical ward equipped with electric beds, vital signs monitors, ECG machines, IV trolleys and responsive simulator mannequins. Prepare yourself for real-world situations and practice on state-of-the-art equipment under the supervision of industry professionals.
Congratulations Graduating class of 2022! TAFE Queensland is proud to invite you to attend the Gympie Graduation.
Congratulations Graduating class of 2022! TAFE Queensland is proud to invite you to attend the Fraser Coast Graduation.
Congratulations Graduating class of 2022! TAFE Queensland is proud to invite you to attend the Bundaberg Graduation ceremony.
The Queensland Future Skills (QFS) Partnership , a training project delivered by BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA), TAFE Queensland and CQUniversity Australia, has been recognised as the winner of the Premier’s Industry Collaboration Award at the 2022 Queensland Training Awards.
TAFE Queensland has again taken out top honours at the prestigious Queensland Training Awards after being named the 2022 Large Training Provider of the Year at the annual awards presentation held in Brisbane on Saturday 17 September, 2022.
Sam Crowe’s love for educating others wasn’t realised until later in life – but it’s a realisation she’s glad she had.
Student of the Year Chantelle MacArthur was among the 65 students from TAFE Queensland’s Fraser Coast campuses who gathered to celebrate the culmination of their studies in the region’s first face-to-face graduation ceremony since 2019.
Electricity may be in Wendy Cavanagh’s blood, but her true passion lies in supporting the next generation of tradies. Now, Wendy’s quiet efforts are being recognised across the VET sector.
After his high school career plans were foiled, Sam Bygott found himself at a fork in the road that saw him uncover a passion for cookery which led him around the world on the adventure of a lifetime.
Hervey Bay teacher and former BMX racer Michael Waldock has come full circle by turning his love of sport into a rewarding career helping others achieve their goals.
TAFE Queensland and SU QLD teamed up to show their support for some of the region’s most selfless carers, by providing local grandparent foster carers and parents of children with disabilities some much-needed ‘me time’.
After an intense two-day competition, it was ‘tools down’ for the 73 Queensland competitors competing in this year’s WorldSkills National Championships. The group who assembled in Brisbane from regions across Queensland, all did their best at their chosen trade in the hopes of being awarded either a gold, silver or bronze medal when the national judges make their decision in the coming months.