UniSA’s Mount Gambier Campus is a major tertiary education centre for the state’s South-East and surrounding areas, including South-West Victoria.

Experience flexible learning and quality teaching, with the benefit of a relaxed environment, practical learning opportunities, small class sizes, tailored support services and strong community connections.

Plus, if you decide to study locally in Mount Gambier, you can generally organise to fit all your on-campus classes into 1-2 days. This gives you flexibility to work part-time or travel home if you live in surrounding areas.

Not only have I been able to challenge myself, I've been able to work part-time, stay near my support networks and build my life in the local area. The best part about the education degree was completing placements in schools where we could put our learning into practice. Practicum allowed us to find meaning and purpose in what we were being taught.

Meghan Lynch
Primary education graduate

Meghan Lynch
Primary education graduate

Courses

We offer degrees in key areas such as education, nursing, midwifery, and social work, along with alternative entry programs, reflecting in-demand areas in the region.

You’ll also reap the benefits of smaller class sizes, with more one-on-one time with your lecturers and tutors, and additional support when needed. Our highly experienced teaching staff are also there to help students studying a blended mode of on-campus and online learning.

In social work, there's never a dull moment and we learn to take the good outcomes with the ones that don't go the way we hoped. Knowing you can support people makes all the difference though. I started in an admin role for a domestic violence service and after seeing the amazing work that case managers did with clients, I also wanted to help people.

Tracey Wanganeen
Social work graduate 

Tracey Wanganeen
Social work graduate 

Facilities

Our Mount Gambier Campus is home to purpose-built study spaces and state-of-the-art facilities, including the $12.5 million Learning Centre. We have simulated learning environments for nursing and midwifery students, a social work studio, a high-tech gallery space, advanced IT infrastructure, as well as study and social spaces.  

We’ve also invested in the technological capabilities of the Campus, which boasts one of the nation’s fastest network systems, ensuring that students have access to the best internet speeds during their studies.

Student experience

Your university experience doesn’t just stop at studying, there is also a rich, social campus life. 

Explore our wide range of social activities, clubs, and volunteering opportunities. There's always something for you to get involved with such as race days, winery visits, lunches, movies, and so much more. The central piazza and canteen also provide great shared spaces where you can get something to eat, socialise or just relax. If you're interested in building your leadership skills, we also offer unique scholarships that will give you the opportunity to develop new initiatives and events to enhance the overall student experience. 

It’s important that you feel supported during your studies. Students have access to a full range of services, including study support, personal counselling, disability services and career services. Our Campus Central team is located on-site and can point you in the right direction. We also have tailored services for Aboriginal students, including study assistance and mentoring opportunities. 

Contact

Mr Ian McKay
Regional Manager: Mount Gambier
mailto:Ian.McKay@unisa.edu.au

Mount Gambier Campus
Wireless Road West 
Mount Gambier SA 5290 
Phone: +61 8 8721 8900 
Fax: +61 8 8721 8951 
Email:MountGambier@unisa.edu.au 

Student access to campus between 8.30am to 9.00pm weekdays, 11.00am to 3.00pm weekends and public holidays.

Future Student Enquiries 
Ph: (08) 8302 2376 
Fax: (08) 8302 0977 
Make an Enquiry  
Open weekdays from 9.00am to 5.00pm, excluding public holidays. 

Current Student Enquiries 
Campus Central General Enquiries: 1300 301 703 

You can contact us by phone, enquire/chat online, or attend campus in person during weekdays from 9.00am to 5.00pm, excluding public holidays.