Coomera campus

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Build your creative and digital future

From 2020, you can study our Bachelor degrees in contemporary musicdigital media and communications and information technology at our new Coomera location on the Gold Coast.

Students have the best of modern production facilities at their disposal, including IT labs, four soundproofed rehearsal rooms with vocal PA and backline gear and a live performance space with a full line array sound system and professional lighting rig.

Our main studio is a world-class recording facility with an SSL Duality mixing desk, offering the best in analogue and digital recording. Digital media students access commercial-grade studios, equipment and industry-standard software with the chance to gain on-the-job experience through our strong industry connections.

Our creative and media courses are delivered by practising music and media professionals from the School of Arts and Social Sciences, a multidisciplinary and creative learning community. The University is a sponsor of major music and arts festivals such as the Mullum Music Festival and Byron Writers Festival, which offer great opportunities for work placements and networking.

Our information technology degree is delivered by the School of Business and Tourism and combines academic rigour with contemporary industry practice, giving you the skills to succeed in complex environments.

Facilities on-campus at Coomera include a café, independent learning centre, refreshment stations and student support services. If you wish to visit the campus please call 1800 626 481 for further details or contact us online.

Street address:

198 Foxwell Rd,
Coomera, QLD, 4209

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Travel to the Coomera campus

 Public transport

The campus is less than a five-minute walk from the Coomera train station with the closest bus stop also located at the train station.


If you live nearby, cycling is a cost-effective option to get to campus.


We have plenty of free on-site parking available for students at our Coomera campus.

Your Diploma counts towards a Bachelor degree

Are you a graduate of the TAFE Queensland music, screen media or graphic design Diplomas?

Your TAFE Diploma could count for up to 8 units (one year of full-time study) of a Southern Cross Bachelor degree.

Contact our student advisors to find out more.

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Southern Cross opens new branch campus at Coomera

[Adam Shoemaker] Well we couldn't wait for this it's been more than a year in the making and in fact today is the big day where we launched two new degrees in absolute partnership with Gold Coast TAFE Queensland and they're actually in contemporary music and multimedia as well so really interesting degrees and a great place for a really go-to location.

[Karen Dickinson] The facilities are fantastic as I think Adam was saying earlier they are really state-of-the-art facilities there's a whole range of different production rooms the equipment it really is outstanding.

[Adam Shoemaker] I love the word creative and creativity. Creative industries as you know one of the great 21st century success stories think of film think of the new versions of multimedia think of streaming think of composition in music for computer gaming, think of all the options behind in studios and consoles this is the whole array of creativity that's here it isn't just behind the microphone it's the brains behind the operation and that's what we're on about with - our degrees of the highest quality and employability. 

[Harry J Hart] I've loved it so far just like so much just and I've made some great friends being surrounded by like-minded people.

[Melissa Rossouw] So I've decided to enrol in the Southern Cross music program because I've really enjoyed working in the diploma here and it just made me realize that I want to become a live sound engineer and I've heard from many people that it's a great experience at Southern Cross University so I thought it'd be a great way to go.

[Karen Dickinson] We have a large cohort of diploma students and we're providing them that opportunity to be able to study with a really reputable wonderful organisation in Southern Cross University and they can do that study on the Gold Coast.