Gungahlin College accommodates 900 students in 11 and 12, and includes a CIT learning centre, a joint college-community library and gymnasium. The college features flexible learning hubs, a media centre with TV and photography studios, a performing arts theatre with dance and drama studios, high standard music and arts facilities, a mechatronics suite and a computer networking laboratory, a full commercial kitchen, and wireless technology throughout the site.
Gungahlin College incorporates a range of environmentally sustainable design features such as a thermal labyrinth for natural heating and cooling, extensive use of double glazing and high quality insulation to increase energy efficiency, and efficient light fittings and small switching zones enabling lights to be used only where needed.
Come visit Canberra and see why it was ranked as the world’s number 1 place to live. Far more than just a city of civil servants, Canberra is an oft overlooked beauty in the midst of Australia’s inland hills, conveniently located between the ski slopes of Brindabella National Park and the beaches of the east coast. The country’s history and culture are on proud display in the many museums, galleries and theatres, while innumerable green spaces and parks give the city a fresh vitality and colourful flair.
Gungahlin is one of Canberra’s most modern districts, featuring shopping centres, cafes, sporting and leisure facilities and the Gungahlin Lakes Golf course and club. The commercial heart of the Gungahlin Town Centre is Hibberson St, the centre’s main street
Note: All registrations are final and non-refundable but transferable.
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