Location Cnr Princes Drive and Monash Way, Morwell 3841
Phone (03) 5120 4500
Fax 1300 094 661
Customer Service Centre Opening Hours
Monday to Thursday: 8.00am - 5.00pm
Friday: 8.00am - 4.30pm
Classes are conducted between 8.00am and 10.00pm with a maximum of eight hours of attendance in one day.
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The GippsTAFE Morwell campus is proudly positioned beside the picturesque Kernot Lake and Gippsland Immigration Park. It is home to the Institute’s Executive Leadership Team while also remaining one of GippsTAFE’s six primary training facilities.
This campus offers students a range of learning facilities, including an on-campus library, computer lab and Flexible Learning and Innovation Room (FLAIR) designed to promote a collaborative and creative learning environment. Students have convenient access to a range of study supplies through the campus Reception point and are encouraged to make the most of the student lounge facilities complete with kitchen and recreation area.
Need a break from all that study? The Mid Valley Shopping Complex is no more than a short walk away through the local public gardens and offers shopping, cafe dining, banking and post facilities as well as Village Cinemas.
The GippsTAFE Morwell Campus is host to specialised training facilities for Horticulture, Floristry, Hospitality and Tourism, Music and Radio, the campus also specialises in training for Business and Information Technology.
The Waratah Training Restaurant overlooks the lake and provides much more than a state of the art training environment for our hospitality and tourism students. The restaurant is open to students and the general public for lunch and dinner on specified days, while the Waratah Coffee Bar is open every day from 10am - 3pm.
The GippsTAFE Koorie Unit is also located within the Morwell Campus. The Koorie Unit and its team of dedicated staff offer support and encouragement to the local indigenous community to assist them in participating in further education and TAFE training. The Koorie Unit also offers a range of specially tailored programs in indigenous language, land management and cultural heritage.