Our beachside Sandy Bay campus is located five minutes' drive south of the city centre.
In addition to purpose-built teaching and learning facilities, this campus has a range of on-site amenities and resources, many of which are located in the Tasmanian University Student Association (TUSA) building on Churchill Avenue.
The Hedberg is one of Tasmania’s most ambitious arts projects to date. The building houses purpose-built, soundproof and digitally-equipped rehearsal and practice rooms, an integrated multi-room recording suite, and two key performance spaces – the Recital Hall and the Salon – as well as sound-stages and broadcast capacities.
Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)
Located on Hobart’s waterfront, IMAS combines Tasmania's strengths in marine and Antarctic studies in one precinct, offering opportunities for collaborative research of state, national and international significance.
The building provides world-class teaching and research facilities for around 300 students and staff.
Medical Science Precinct
In the heart of Hobart CBD, the Medical Science Precinct (MSP) accommodates research facilities for our Menzies Research Institute, our School of Medicine and the Royal Hobart Hospital.
Creative Arts Precinct
Our vibrant creative precinct brings together artists across Fine Arts, Design, Media, Music, and Theatre and Performance. Hone your creativity in the fully-converted, late-19th Century space that is the iconic Jones & Co. IXL jam factory.
The precinct is also home to the Plimsoll Gallery and Entrepôt, which is an arts supply store, and a café.
The Media School
Located in Salamanca, our Media School shares space with Hobart’s leading media organisations. You’ll find yourself rubbing shoulders with practitioners from news, communications, and other screen organisations.
Other learning venues
In addition to our main Hobart campuses, classes are also taught in smaller dedicated facilities around the city.
Our new Southern Campus
We’re currently planning an exciting new Southern campus that will be located in Hobart’s CBD.
The campus will feature distinctive and attractive learning and teaching, research and community spaces that bring the University together in the city.
It will evolve over the next decade and be completed by 2030.