Located off the Bunya Highway in the South Burnett region our Nurunderi campus is based in the Aboriginal community of Cherbourg. The community is situated on the traditional lands of the Wakka Wakka Aboriginal people with the Wondai State Forest and Lake Barambah on its doorstep. Nurunderi (Cherbourg) is the only TAFE Queensland location to be built on designated Aboriginal land.

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What's on offer at the Nurunderi (Cherbourg) campus

'Nurunderi' is an Aboriginal word that means 'taught by great spirit'. Nurunderi (Cherbourg) has a multi-cultural student population and offers Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs as well as traditional courses including aged care, agriculture, business, customer service skills, first aid, mental health, and spoken and written English.

Facilities and services

  • Aged care training facilities
  • BBQ area
  • Community hall
  • Customer service centre
  • Indigenous support officer
  • Video conferencing facilities
Nurunderi (Cherbourg)

Street Address:

Collins Road,
Cherbourg Qld 4605

Postal Address:

LMB 1,
Murgon Qld 4605

Monday 8:30am-4:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am-4:30pm
Wednesday 9:00am-4:30pm
Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm
Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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Public transport

There is no public transport available at our Nurunderi campus, however transport services may be available through our Indigenous Support Office.


If you live nearby, cycling could be a cost effective option to get to class.


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

News and events

TAFE Queensland graduate Malachi Wallace

Working to educate others

A proud Aboriginal man, Malachi Wallace is working hard to help educate others in his community.

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Hairdressing apprentice male

Putting his best hair forward

Eighteen-year-old Travis Turner is officially on his way to achieveing his dream of becoming a hairdresser after securing an apprenticeship at Globe Creative in Paddington, Brisbane.

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Nurunderi (Cherbourg)

Margaret takes to the driver's seat

Wakka Wakka and Ngemba woman Margaret Cobbo quite literally takes to the driver’s seat to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students achieve their training goals.

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