Melbourne locations 

Our Melbourne Academy sites boast a strong connection with Victoria’s learning heritage. Both sites are heritage-listed, and each has its own rich history. Our sites have been meticulously restored to create inspiring learning spaces for Victorian teachers and school leaders. 

East Melbourne - 41 St Andrews Place

Originally built in the 1850s as the Victorian Government Printing Office, our 41 St Andrews Place site was sensitively modified and restored in 2021. 

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North Melbourne - 603 Queensberry Street

An exemplar of the Victorian Gothic Revival style, 603 Queensberry Street was originally designed in the 1880s by architect and historical figure Henry Bastow as State School 307. The building was modified and restored in 2012.

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Regional locations

Geelong - 5A Little Ryrie Street

A mid-century building that has previously been used by the Department of Education as a regional office, the Geelong centre has been immaculately restored to create an environment conducive to immersive professional learning in the southwest. The building's state-of-the-art facilities include large learning spaces across and multiple smaller remote studios for hybrid sessions.


Located in the historic central business district of Ballarat, the late twentieth-century building has previously been used by both the Technical and Further Education (TAFE) system and by the Victorian Department of Education.  The space comprises a learning studio, a design thinking space and 4 remote learning studios.      


Last updated 21 February 2023