Why study in Launceston?
The University of Tasmania's Northern campuses consist of the Newnham campus and the Inveresk campus.
The Newnham campus is a spacious, 50-hectare campus that overlooks the Tamar River, located a short drive from the city centre. The Newnham campus is also home to the Australian Maritime College, Australia's national centre for maritime education and training and is known for its world-class teaching and research facilities. The campus also features the Human Interface Technology Lab (HITLab AU), the only facility of its kind in Australia.
The Inveresk campus is located adjacent to the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at the 17-hectare cultural precinct at Inveresk near Launceston's inner city. The Inveresk campus features award winning world-class facilities which are home to the School of Creative Arts and Media and the discipline of Architecture and Design.