ACTION offers bus services (2 and 39) from Dickson to the campus.
Qcity Transit offers services to Civic from Queanbeyan.
Our Signadou campus is in Australia’s capital city, home to Parliament House, the National War Museum, the National Gallery and some of Australia’s most important cultural sites. The campus itself is within easy reach of Canberra’s cafes, walking tracks and galleries. There’s always plenty of things to do when it comes time to take a break from study.
Located just 5km from Canberra’s central business district, the Canberra Campus (Signadou) is in Watson, an up-and-coming area in the foothills of Mount Majura. Like everywhere in the nation’s capital, it’s close to shops, galleries, cafes and all the amenities you could need.Take a virtual tour
Canberra is an easy city to get around with good bus network and many bike paths. In fact, Canberra has a reputation as the cycling capital of Australia.
Canberra is a very bike-friendly city with plenty of dedicated bike paths and on-road cycling lanes.
To pick the best route from your destination, visit the ACT transport website.
Our campus is at 223 Antill Street (Signadou building) and 127 Phillip Avenue (Blackfriars building), Watson. Free parking is available on and around the campus.
Here’s how to get to the campus from various locations in and around Canberra:
Get the most out of life on campus by joining one of many student clubs and societies, or attending free social events.
If sport is your thing, you’ll be able to join sports clubs, participate in fitness classes and enjoy a heated swimming pool on campus.
When it’s time to relax, the beautiful central garden area is a popular place to hang out, talk with friends and relax.
Studying requires plenty of fuel. Relax in the cafe at the Veritas building between classes, or take some time out to catch up with friends.
Like swimming? There’s a saltwater, solar-heated swimming pool available on campus for student use from 8.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday.
Parents with small children can make use of the dedicated parent room with change tables and facilities for nursing mothers.
If you have an event, we have a space. Our campus has an array of spaces available for board meetings, presentations and networking events.Choose a space
We’re here to help you make the most of your studies. Explore all of the facilities available to you when you join us at Signadou.Search facilities
Our library is equipped with everything you need to study, including audiovisual materials, eBooks and tools such as computers and printers.Check it out
Take a personalised tour of our Canberra campus for a taste of our courses, facilities and grounds.Book a tour
Canberra used to be known for its politicians and policy makers. Now it’s known as the Education Capital and one of the world's most liveable cities.
Blessed with many natural reserves, Australia’s best-known galleries, a thriving coffee culture and endless amounts of cycling and hiking trails, there is always something to do in the nation’s capital.
Festival life is also taking off in Canberra with the Floriade Flower Festival, the National Folk Festival, the Multicultural Festival, Enlighten and the Canberra International Music Festival, drawing huge crowds from around the country.
Our McAuley campus is in Brisbane, the capital of Australia’s sunshine state. Enjoy sprawling grounds and easy access to the city and river.
Located in one of Sydney’s oldest suburbs, our Mount Saint Mary campus is well connected to the Blue Mountains and Central Coast.
Nestled between the city centre and Lake Wendouree, our Ballarat campus gives you the best of city and country.
Our newest Saint Francis of Assisi campus is in the up-and-coming area of Thebarton, known for its nearby parks and cafes.
Located between the city centre, Fitzroy’s eclectic shops and eateries, and the beautiful Carlton Gardens, St Patrick’s campus has plenty to offer.
Incredible adventures await when you study in the heart of Rome. Discover our campus and study opportunities in this ancient city.
Our history dates back to the 13th century and the founding of the Dominican Order. Find out more about the campus history.Rewind time
We take your safety seriously. Read this vital safety information to know who to contact in an emergency and what support is on hand.Stay safe
Succeed in your studies by taking advantage of our range of services, from academic skills development to counselling.Grow with us
Living in one of our off-campus or managed student accommodation options is an ideal way to maximise your university experience.Canberra accommodation