From 2020, you can join us at our newest campus in Blacktown. We’re opening with a range of pathway and executive education courses – but that’s just the beginning.
We’ll be building our campus and course offerings quickly. From 2021, we’re introducing a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across all our faculties. And in 2024, we’ll be unveiling brand new, state-of-the-art facilities.
We’re partnering with Blacktown City Council and local business to create something beautiful – a personal, supportive campus community that offers innovative, quality higher education courses on your doorstop. By studying with ACU, you’ll be joining a vibrant global network. So, you’ll get the best of both worlds: a supportive environment where you can really stretch your wings.
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Interim campus, 22 Main Street, Blacktown
22 Main Street, Blacktown
Warrick Lane, Main Street Precinct, Blacktown
Based in the heart of Greater Western Sydney, Blacktown is home to thousands of high school students, university students, and businesses. We’re delighted bring a university campus to the heart of this vibrant community, and build an opportunity for you to study where you’ll feel at home.
We’re developing a campus that will be the heart of Blacktown. In 2020 we’ll open on Main Street. From there, we’re planning on expanding our campus and our course offerings quickly, with the first of two new campus buildings opening in the Warrick Lane precinct in 2024.
As the largest suburb in New South Wales, Blacktown is well connected with public transport options as well as cycling and walking routes. Here are some tips to help you get around.
The Blacktown Campus is well serviced by buses, with many routes stopping on or near Main Street. We recommend that you use theSydney Buses Trip Plannerto plan your bus journey to the campus. You can also see a network map at Busways.
Public transport tickets, including MyBus and MyMulti, are available for purchase from the North Sydney Co-op Bookshop.
Our campus is located just a two-minute walk from Blacktown Station. The station is serviced by the Blue Mountains, Western and Richmond lines. To plan your trip to North Sydney Station, we recommend that you use the City Rail Trip Planner.
If you’ve checked out available sustainable transport options but have chosen to drive, there are a few things to consider.
There is no parking on campus for students at any time.
On-street parking is available, but very limited in the Blacktown area. Paid carparks are available nearby.
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