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UniSC Gympie

UniSC Gympie is nestled among beautiful natural surrounds, only two hours from Brisbane and 30mins from Noosa. The campus connects to the UniSC Sunshine Coast campus via a daily shuttle bus.

Campus facilities include interactive learning technologies, simulated nursing wards, 24/7 access to library collection, new study and break out spaces, collaborative study areas and computer labs.

Gympie is home to an abundance of state and national parks and is part of the Great Sandy Biosphere.

Full degrees

You can study the following programs in full at UniSC Gympie: 

Undergraduate Certificates


Bridging courses 

You can also study selected courses from UniSC's Tertiary Preparation Pathway to prepare for university study.

UniSC Gympie also offers courses through the Headstart program.

Campus hours

Enrolled students can access the main building with their UniSC student ID card from 7am - 10pm Monday to Friday, and 8am - 6pm weekends and public holidays.

Enrolled students also have 24/7 access to the B Block study space.

Student Central and general public opening hours are 8.30am - 4.30pm.


UniSC Gympie is located at 71 Cartwright Road, Gympie. The campus is approximately an hour's drive north of the UniSC Sunshine Coast campus.

The UniSC Express shuttle service connects UniSC study locations and major transport hubs.

Campus maps

Contact UniSC Gympie

Student services and facilities

Student support

UniSC student services include academic and study support, library and IT services, counselling, health and wellbeing support, Indigenous Services and more.

UniSC Library

Library collections and services

Student Central

Student Central is your first point of contact for anything student related.


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