Opened in 2016 our purpose-built Maryborough campus is located in the heart of the Maryborough CBD. The campus is a brand new education and training delivery concept and is the first of its kind in Queensland, offering a unique training hub to support local students and the community.

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What's on offer at the Maryborough campus

Our Maryborough campus delivers cutting-edge courses and flexible study options with a focus on health, community services, and foundation skills. The campus offers courses in aged care, health and disability practices, along with foundation skills including numeracy, literacy, and skills for employment. Please note: no cash payments accepted at this campus.

Facilities and services
  • Nearby cafes and food outlets
  • Simulated health practice
  • Student service centre
  • Virtual conference rooms

Street Address:

89 Adelaide Street,
Maryborough Qld 4650

Postal Address:

PO Box 5252,
SCMC Nambour Qld 4560

Monday 8:30am-4:00pm
Tuesday 8:30am-4:00pm
Wednesday 8:30am-4:00pm
Thursday 8:30am-4:00pm
Friday 8:30am-4:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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Public transport

Our Maryborough campus is easily accessible via public transport. Wide Bay Transit operates bus services in the local area with the closest bus stop just around the corner on Alice Street.


If you live nearby, cycling could be another cost effective option to get to class with bike racks available nearby.


There is a car park adjacent to our Maryborough campus with additional street parking available on Bazaar Street.


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