Melbourne City Campus
 /  Melbourne City Campus

Again and again, Melbourne is named among the world’s most liveable cities. The title is awarded to the city with the highest score for stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. When you study in Melbourne, you’ll be living in a safe and vibrant city that offers world-class study options, services and the widest range of things to do.

AEA Melbourne City Campus at Suite 2, Level 8, 190 Queen Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000.

Facilities at AEA Melbourne City Campus

Student Support and Services:

Students requiring special or intensive assistance must contact the Student Administration Manager or Student Support Officers who may refer them to external support services if required.

Otherwise, contact:

Reception: For all general course, enrolment and administrative queries.

Student Administration: For specific enrolment and course queries.

Trainers: All specific subject and assessment issues.

Student Counsellor: We have student counsellors’ onsite who can assist your student’s issues such as stress, financial difficulties, health, family, bullying, relationship issues, living-away-from home and social issues.


The classrooms are modern, air -conditioned facilities that are well equipped for effective learning with wifi access to all the floors.

Student Lounge & Resource Centre:

Our student lounge has a kitchen, computer access, and a quiet place to study.

Getting to AEA Melbourne City Campus:

AEA Melbourne City campus is situated in the heart of Melbourne CBD. There are various means to reach our campus. More details can be found on Public Transport Victoria website.


Melbourne’s metro trains run between the outer suburbs and Flinders Street Station in the city. The city loop is Melbourne’s underground system, with five stations servicing the central business district: Southern Cross Station, Flagstaff (closed weekends), Melbourne Central, Parliament and Flinders Street. Southern Cross Station is Melbourne’s hub for regional and interstate trains.


Melbourne is the only city in Australia with a network of trams. Trams share road space on most Melbourne thoroughfares.


Melbourne buses run frequently to major hubs, including shopping centres, schools, hospitals, leisure and sports venues, and some of Melbourne’s biggest attractions.

Travel information for using Public Transport

myki cards

myki is Melbourne’s ticket to travel on the city’s trains, trams and buses. It’s a plastic smartcard with stored value which can be topped up and re-used again. Purchase your myki online at the myki website, premium train stations, retail outlets displaying the myki sign (including 7-Elevens), or by calling Ph 1800 800 007 (free from a land line) in Australia.

Fare types

Metropolitan Melbourne is divided into two zones. Zone 1 includes all inner city suburbs and Zone 2 the suburbs well outside of the city centre. Travel across Zone 1 and 2 is included in the cost of your fare. Train travel completed before 7am on a weekday is free.

When you touch your myki on and off the electronic readers as you travel, an initial 2 hour charge will apply. If you continue to use the card for longer than two hours, a capped full day fare will be deducted from your card.

For more information on zones, ticketing and timetables, visit the Public Transport Victoria website.

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Springvale Head Office & Campus
Australian Education Academy Pty Ltd
10 Blissington Street,
Springvale Vic 3171
Tel: +61-3-95474650
Fax: +61 3 95474060
Emergency Contact:+61427110804

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