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The Geelong Waterfront Campus is located on the foreshore of Corio Bay in the central business district of Geelong. Originally built in 1893, the buildings have undergone extensive redesign and refurbishment to create a modern and impressive campus. The Waterfront Campus retains and acknowledges its history as the hub of the Victorian wool industry throughout most of the last century. Facilities for use include:
Campus bookshops provide just about everything you need for your studies: academic and general books, stationery, calculators, computer software and art and photographic materials. Go to the DUSA Bookshop for more information.
The centrepiece of the Geelong Waterfront Campus is the Costa Hall, used for University ceremonial occasions, cultural performances and community functions. The Costa Hall provides Geelong with a concert and theatre hall of international standard with excellent acoustics.
The Geelong Waterfront Campus has a large cafeteria.
Read more about dining facilities.
The Waterfront Campus boasts a 320-seat lecture theatre that is available for hire.
The campus also houses an impressive library for both academic and community purposes, a special collection of rare and antique books and a display of part of the University's art collection. The Deakin University Library is open to all visitors. If you live near a campus of the University and need to access the Library and information resources you are welcome to visit the Library in person.