The Kurri Kurri TAFE Campus is set on 135 hectares of park and native bushland. Established in 1982 near Hunter Valley Wine Country, it comprises the Kurri Sand Swamp Woodland, an endangered ecological community classified under the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995.
Here you can study courses in:
• Transport and Mining
• Animal and Equine Studies
• Food Services and Hospitality
• Manufacturing and Engineering
• Environment, Horticulture and Primary Industries
• Tourism, Events and Outdoor Recreation
Kurri Kurri TAFE campus is home to the Hunter Valley Hotel Academy, which features a large conference centre with residential accommodation available for students and visitors.
We have a specialised Plant and Heavy Vehicle Training Centre to give Automotive Electrical and Automotive Mechanical Technology (Heavy Vehicle) students the right skills to meet current industry requirements.
The Campus has a range of practical outdoor training areas for Horticultural and Viticulture training.
There is also a strong focus on sustainable development, building design and energy and water management.
Kurri Kurri TAFE Campus offers courses in accordance with TAFE NSW, Australia's leading vocational education and training provider. Check out our other campuses and all the great support services available to our students.