Phone Number

General Enquiries: 03 9415 3333

Current Students: 03 9415 3333

Address

25 Victoria Street , Fitzroy , VIC 3065

Hours


ACNT’s sister college, Southern School of Natural Therapies (SSNT) is located in the vibrant Brunswick Street district, of Fitzroy, Melbourne.

With a commitment to operating in a sustainable and green campus, the space reflects a goal to create inspiring learning environments by combining high quality classrooms and social settings that give our students a safe space to thrive.

Our sister college Southern School of Natural Therapies (SSNT), delivers the same courses (with a few extras) that are available at ACNT’s Pyrmont and Fortitude Valley campuses.

Come and see the campus yourself, and ask your questions about studying with SSNT at the same time. Contact one of our Course Career Advisors today.

Campus features:

Campus at a glance

Transport

The campus is readily accessible via public transport including tram, bus and train. 2-hour street parking is also available right outside the campus. Many students choose to live close by or in other inner-city suburbs such as Carlton, Collingwood, Clifton Hill and Richmond.

Food

The common area includes a kitchen with refrigerator, microwaves, toasters and other appliances for student use.

There is also an eclectic mix of restaurants and cafes within walking distance.

Facilities

  • Popular rooftop terrace
  • Student kitchen
  • Off-site herb garden for herbal medicine students
  • Bike racks
  • Onsite shower facilities
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What is Melbourne like?

Melbourne has a reputation as the cultural hub of Australia. The campus is conveniently situated close to a multitude of art galleries, restaurant and cafe precincts, popular and eclectic community hubs such as Brunswick and Greville Streets so creative inspiration is never far away.

 

Got a question about Melbourne?
Contact one of our Course Career Advisors today