UNE Campus

The University of New England is located on several sites in Armidale. The northern campus of the University is five kilometres to the northwest of the city centre, in an attractive rural and bushland setting. Part of this campus includes the original property presented by the late Mr T R Forster to the University of Sydney for the establishment of a University College. This property comprised the old homestead, 'Booloominbah', together with several other buildings and 74 hectares of land.

The future of great tradition

The future of great tradition
Rural Properties

Rural Properties

The University of New England’s Rural Properties are a unique natural resource supporting world-class research and teaching, covering an environmentally diverse area of 4837 hectares. They are comprised of nine individual properties supporting an integrated range of operations, including fine wool, sheep and cattle genetic and nutrition research, animal behaviour and welfare research, dog nutrition, poultry research, pasture management, natural resource management, water resource flow research, native animal research, agro forestry, agronomy and horticulture research.

Fast facts

The University of New England was formed in 1938 as the New England University College, a College of the University of Sydney. The University became fully independent in 1954 and pioneered teaching to external students by correspondence, making UNE Australia's most experienced provider of distance and now online education.

UNE is Australia's oldest regional university offering more than 200 courses at undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and higher degree research levels. In 2012 UNE had more than 20,000 current students and 1,200 staff.


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