About our Murwillumbah campus

Murwillumbah TAFE Campus has a friendly, community feel where students socialise during their study breaks in the “Park” courtyard outside the canteen. The gardens also provide a space for sustainability students to grow their own food while gaining a greater understanding of their environmental footprint.

The creative industries section provides students with modern equipment that allows them to experience different mediums such as printing, sculpture, painting and drawing. Students host an art show in the TAFE gallery each year, to exhibit their works to the local community and industry professionals.

Murwillumbah TAFE Campus, in the Bundjalung Aboriginal nation, lies at the heart of the town which serves as the business centre of the Tweed Shire. Sitting below the majestic Mount Warning, Murwillumbah is close to beautiful beaches and national parks, and holds regular markets and festivals.

If you’re looking to enter the workforce armed with invaluable experience and practical skills, check out the courses available at our Murwillumbah TAFE Campus.


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146 Murwillumbah Street MURWILLUMBAH NSW 2484
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(02) 6672 0800
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To locate a disability consultant for the Murwillumbah campus, visit the Disability Support Services page.


Quick facts at a glance


currently enrolled students


qualified staff providing quality education


years industry experience to teach at North Coast TAFE

Key dates and events

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Facilities available at Murwillumbah Campus

  • Disabled parking
  • Library
  • Student Learning Centre with computer lab
  • Artist studio including print room and ceramics area
  • Virtual retail shop
  • Sustainable vegetable gardens
  • Conference facilities
  • Entertainment area
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Student life

    • 10 Aug
      Steps For Success Workshop
      12:30 pm at Murwillumbah

      Get a head start on success with this helpful workshop covering the NCTAFE Student Portal, online library resources and student support services.

      10 Aug 16
    • DON’T FORGET our Steps For Success Workshop GET STARTED - this Wednesday Come along to learn more about: The NC TAFE Student Portal Online Library Resources Student Support Services. WHEN: Wednesday 10th August - 12.30-1.30 WHERE: Library, Murwillumbah Campus See you there… Student Experience Team

      8 Aug 4 Likes
  • Steps For Success Workshop GET STARTED Come along to learn more about: The NC TAFE Student Portal Online Library Resources = Student Support Services. WHEN: Wednesday 10th August - 12.30-1.30 WHERE: Library, Murwillumbah Campus See you there… Student Experience Team

    4 Aug 4 Likes
  • Alumni exhibition celebrated the diverse talents of 5 Visual Arts graduates from Murwillumbah TAFE, Heidi Ledwell, Feona Pavitt, Rita Masarin, Jacqueline Marks and Elaine Green.

    31 May 4 Likes
  • Myths related to weight training of bulking up and sterotypes such as Hulk like creatures are being debunked! Read the article below and check out our Fitness courses on offer at NCTAFE here #NCTAFE #thankyourself #Fitness #Health

    20 May 0 Like
  • UPCOMING STEPS FOR SUCCESS WORKSHOPS With the end of Term Two drawing closer Student Central is happy to present two workshops to support YOU with assessment writing and researching. Find Your Info Explore Key Researching Skills Thursday, 26th May 12:30 to 1:30pm Murwillumbah Campus – Classroom ALG22 Get a Grip on Assessments Clarity and advice on report writing Thursday, 2nd June 12:30 to 1:30pm Murwillumbah Campus - Classroom ALG22 ALL Murwillumbah students are welcome to attend, we hope to see you there!! Please visit student central if you have any questions. SC TEAM

    17 May 1 Like
    • Come along to the Connect to Your Future Careers Expo 11 May 3.30pm - 7.00pm in the Automotive Centre at Kingscliff TAFE. Event highlights include; informative presentations, employer precinct and the ever popular a try-a-trade section which allows a hands-on experience in careers including hairdressing, nursing, specialist makeup, fitness, commercial cookery, information technology animal sciences and automotive.

      8 May 1 Like
    • Awards celebrate passion, innovation and excellence of TAFE students
      Awards celebrate passion, innovation and excellence of TAFE students

      Eleven top achieving students from TAFE NSW North Coast Institute were recognised at the 2016 North Coast Institute Student of the Year Awards dinner, held in the Osprey Restaurant at Coffs Harbour Education Campus on Wednesday 4 May.

      5 May 16
  • The Student Central team alongside our careers guru are running this workshop next week come along and Gear up for Your Future! Learn how to define your goals and aspirations, develop positive habits and study skills that will help you pave the way to success. MURWILLUMBAH CAMPUS WED 4TH MAY 12:30PM - 1:30PM IN THE LIBRARY

    28 Apr 0 Like
  • Now here's a great opportunity for North Coast TAFE hospitality students and budding chefs- the 2016 Nestlé GOLDEN CHEF'S HAT AWARD will now be holding regional NSW heats. A culinary trip to North America is up for grabs and entries are open until Friday 6 May. For more info:

    19 Apr 1 Like
  • Finding our momentum @ Cabarita Youth Festival

    12 Apr 2 Likes
  • Memory Lane, an event coordinated by Community Service students from Murwillumbah TAFE, provided an occasion for our local seniors to come together at the Tweed Community Care Centre to enjoy morning tea and share their stories. “The TAFE students partnered with the Australian Red Cross community programs office, to invite clients from their social inclusion programs, to be their guests at this celebration as part of the 2016 NSW Seniors Festival,” says Sharon Fleming, Teacher of Community Services. As part of their community development studies, the TAFE students objectives were to contribute to building relationships with our seniors, closing the gap between the generations and document pieces of history. “Joyce Kingston nee Mahers, who grew up on a banana plantation in Terranora, shared her memories of the wartime when each day the schools preformed drills for evacuation of the children in classes to the surrounding trenches,” says Emma Deans, Student of Community Services. The students captured these stories and have displayed them for public viewing on a ‘clothes line’ at Tweed Shire Library for the remainder of the festival.

    6 Apr 6 Likes