A range of courses offered online, by distance or flexible learning are also available at your local college.TAFE WESTERN CONNECT
- Dubbo College Myall Street Campus-32.241798148.623583Dubbo College Myall Street Campus
(PO Box 787)
(02) 6883 3444
- Dubbo College Fitzroy Street Campus-32.251781148.612309Dubbo College Fitzroy Street Campus
8 George Street
(02) 6885 7500
- Dubbo College Narromine Road Campus-32.233286148.576033Dubbo College Narromine Road Campus
(02) 6841 9700
(PO Box 787)
DUBBO 2830 P: (02) 6883 3444
F: (02) 6883 3466
DUBBO 2830 P: (02) 6885 7500
F: (02) 6885 7517
DUBBO 2830 P: (02) 6841 9700
F: (02) 6841 9777
Dubbo College – a major regional college offering a comprehensive range of general and industryspecific programs for all levels, from statement of attainment to certificate and some diploma courses.
Housed across three centrallylocated sites, TAFE Western Dubbo College specialises in agriculture, heavy and light vehicles, hairdressing and beauty therapy, construction and nursing.
The Myall St Campus offers access and general education, building and construction, business and management, fine arts, hairdressing and beauty, hospitality, automotive, metal fabrication and welding courses. The campus also houses the Yarradamarra Centre for Aboriginal programs such as performing arts and languages.
The Fitzroy St Campus offers courses in aged care, children’s services, nursing, welfare and health including Aboriginal health. While the Narromine Rd Campus offers courses in agriculture, animal studies, conservation and land management, horticulture, wool classing and heavy and light transport.
Student Hubs at TAFE Western your one place to connect.
Our Dubbo College Student Hubs is a great place to study, relax and find out more about how you can get the most out of your studies.
Services available include: library services, counselling, online study help, disability support, Aboriginal support, study pathways, career advice and find out more on courses and how to enrol.
Courses at Dubbo College
Courses by IndustryAboriginal programs
Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care
Arts, media and entertainment
Automotive Heavy Vehicle
Automotive Light Vehicle
Building and construction
Business, finance, management and property services
Education and Training
Environment and Conservation
Hairdressing and Beauty
Health and community services
Information and communications technology
Manufacturing and Engineering
Sport and recreation
Textiles, clothing, footwear and furnishings
Tourism, Travel and Hospitality