Life on Campus
Hobart is a perfect slice of urban living on the edge of pristine wilderness. Study in the heart of the city, on the harbour, and by the beach.
Sandy Bay Campus
University of Tasmania International Pathway College is based at the Sandy Bay Campus in Hobart and this is where the pathway programs are delivered.
The campus is located in the beachside suburb of Sandy Bay, five minutes’ drive south of the city centre. This scenic campus is close to shops, transport, accommodation, entertainment and services and is just a short walk from the Hobart CBD.
In addition to purpose-built teaching and learning facilities, this campus has a range of on-site amenities and resources, many of which are located in the Tasmanian University Student Association (TUSA) building on Churchill Avenue.
Located on Hobart’s waterfront, the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Science combines Tasmania’s strengths in marine and Antarctic studies in one precinct. The building provides unique facilities for around 300 students and staff.
The University also has significant teaching and research facilities in the Hobart CBD such as The Conservatorium of Music, The School of Creative Arts and Media and many more.
In addition to our main Hobart campuses, classes are also taught in smaller dedicated facilities around the city.
Maps include building names and purposes; automated external defibrillators (AED); emergency points; bicycle facilities, electric car charging, car parking and parking voucher machines; bus stops; showers; water refill stations and community gardens.
Maps are updated on a regular basis as our campuses transform.
Services and facilities
In addition to purpose-built teaching and learning facilities, our campuses have a range of on-site amenities and resources.
All University of Tasmania campuses are now fully smoke free.
- Safety and security
- Emergency phone help hubs, automated external defibrillators, and public phones. Find out more about campus safety and security.
- Information signs and maps.
- Buildings with building names and purposes.
- Learning hubs.
- Getting around
- Bike racks, bike hubs, bike repair stations, and electric bike charging stations. Find out more about bicycle parking.
- Bus stops.
- Car parking and parking voucher machines. Find out more about car parking.
- Other facilities
- Toilets (including all gender toilets) and showers.
- Water refill stations.
- Belles Burgers – Don’t be misled by the name – it’s not just all about the burgers. Belles also offers a range of delicious vegetarian and vegan options and is constantly changing seasonal dishes and specials. Located in Lazenby’s central food precinct , open 8:00am to 3:00pm weekdays.
- Ciano’s Espresso Bar offers locally-roasted coffee and a range of traditional and modern Italian food, including freshly made salads, panini, focaccia, pizza, soups and house made cakes, and a range of hot and cold drinks. Location: Lower ground floor, Centenary Building, open: 8:00am to 4:30pm on weekdays.
Hobart Coffee Roasters serves locally-roasted coffee, a range of breakfast options (including brekkie rolls and granola pots), house made soups, toasties and sushi and a range of house made sweet treats. Location: the kiosk in the Lazenby’s central food precinct, open: 8:00am to 3:00pm on weekdays.
Taco Taco – Delivering its signature Mexican dishes – freshly made tacos, quesadillas and nachos – also injecting some fresh and exciting additions to its University offer. Located in Lazenby’s central food precinct , open 8:00am to 3:00pm weekdays.
- Pepperz Café Bar Restaurant – Located beside Accommodation Services at the top of College Road, Pepperz serves tasty, low cost meals 7 days per week. Pepperz has great views of the Derwent River and features indoor and outdoor seating. Refer to the Pepperz Menu (Facebook).
- University Staff Club – The University Club is in Dobson Road on the Sandy Bay campus and is open to members and their guests for morning tea and lunch. The club also has private function rooms and a catering service is available.
- Source Wholefoods – Source Wholefoods is a not-for-profit grocery store and cafe selling a wide range of local and organic produce. Source Wholefoods is located at 12 French St, Sandy Bay, just behind the TUSA Building. Opening hours: 8am-3pm Wednesday – Friday
Our childcare centre is located on the Sandy Bay campus, and managed by Lady Gowrie. This facility can experience periods of high demand, so bookings are essential and waiting lists often apply.
- The Library has a huge range of printed and electronic information resources to help you with your studies. There are five University libraries in Hobart: the Morris Miller and Law libraries on the Sandy Bay campus, and the Clinical, Carington Smith Library in Hobart city.
- Some library learning hubs offer 24-hour access. However, access to the libraries varies depending on the academic year. Please check the current Library opening hours.
You are welcome to feed your child wherever you feel comfortable on campus. In addition, facilities are available for staff and students who need a private space to breastfeed/express milk.
Find out more about the facilities, including what is available in the rooms, opening times, and a guide on children on campus, go to breastfeeding.
|Sandy Bay||Studio Theatre (next to the University Centre), Parenting Room, Room 206|
|Medical Science Precinct||Nursing Room, MS1|
|Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies (IMAS)||Room 340c, IMAS Building, Salamanca|
|Hunter Street, Hobart||Room 141, Hunter Street|
- Australia Post – An Australia Post self-service hub is located in the Morris Miller breezeway, just outside the Morris Miller Library on central campus. The hub provides vending of postage supplies such as envelopes and stamps, parcel lockers for receiving parcels on campus and post boxes for standard and express post.
Opening hours: 24 hours day, 7 days a week
Sandy Bay campus
- The Multi Faith Centre on the ground floor of the TUSA building (at the east entrance) provides offices, a chapel and meeting place for University of Tasmania students and staff. To make a booking or to communicate about any related issue with this space, email email@example.com.
- A prayer room and facilities for Muslim students and staff are also available. These are located on the first floor of the TUSA building above the Multi Faith Centre.
- Find out more at What spiritual or religious support is available?
Take a look at the University's other campuses for progression courses
Tasmania is a very special place. No matter where you choose to study, you’ll find yourself immersed in a vibrant campus lifestyle, filled with hands-on learning and adventure.
We have campuses in the three distinct regions of Tasmania: Hobart in the south, Launceston in the North and Burnie in the North West. We also have a specialised Nursing and Paramedicine campus in Sydney.
Our campuses build on their region’s strengths, which means your learning is informed by the place you live in. We’re also building exciting new campuses and spaces to connect you with industry and community.
Newnham campus is located beside the Tamar River, a short drive from the Launceston city centre. The Newnham campus is home to the Australian Maritime College.
The Inveresk campus, located near Launceston’s CBD, is home to the School of Creative Arts and Media, School of Architecture and Design, and the Inveresk Apartments.
Based in Burnie, on the picturesque north-west coast, the Cradle Coast campus is set in peaceful rural surroundings and offers modern, purpose-built teaching and learning facilities. The campus is home to the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA), University’s Rural Clinical School (RCS) and student accommodation at West Park.
Located close to the Sydney CBD in Darlinghurst and west of the city in Rozelle, these campuses offer nursing, paramedic and health management education in partnership with local hospitals and health services.
Sport at the University
In 2022 UTAS Sport are providing Campus Sport options for students and Staff
- Basketball, Futsal, Netball, Table Tennis and Badminton
- Hobart & Launceston campuses – all sports
- Table Tennis – Burnie Campus
- FREE for UTAS Students and Staff
Interested in joining a local sports club?
Whether you’re out to experience something new or you want to pursue sport at its highest level, University of Tasmania affiliated sports clubs provide first-class equipment and sporting facilities for athletes at any level.