Host City – Perth, Western Australia
Perth is located in the southwest of Australia, a biodiversity hotspot, and is the capital city of Western Australia. The city is filled with a range of museums, theatres and art galleries which demonstrates its rich culture and strong economy. Some of its more famous attractions include Kings Park, Fremantle, Cottesloe Beach, Rottnest Island or Wadjemup and the Swan River or Derbal Yerrigan.
The Whadjuk Nyungar people are Perth’s Indigenous owners and have been the custodians of the land for tens of thousands of years.
Venue – Curtin University
Curtin's largest campus, Curtin Perth, is located in the suburb of Bentley, about six kilometres south-east of central Perth. In close proximity to everything Perth has to offer, it boasts 116 hectares of bold architecture nestled amongst beautifully landscaped gardens. Thousands of students fill the campus grounds every day of semester, creating a vibrant, multicultural atmosphere.
Over the past decade, the campus has undergone some major changes, with a variety of stunning modern buildings now interspersed with the original 1960s architecture. The majority of Curtin courses are delivered on this campus.
Click here to be taken to Curtin Perth Campus Maps.