Heritage and natural beauty meet at our tranquil foundation campus
Originally opened in 1975 with a cohort of 451 students, Nathan is Griffith’s most historic learning ground. Almost 50 years later, the campus now hosts more than 13,000 students enrolled in degrees in business and government, engineering and information technology, environment, humanities and languages, law, and science and aviation.
Nathan campus is our home of world-class teaching and research on the environment, corporate sustainability, Asian studies and the emerging biosciences. Here, you’ll find the six-star, green-rated Sir Samuel Griffith Centre—Australia’s first teaching and research building driven by solar power and hydrogen energy—and our recently completed, state-of-the-art Engineering, Technology and Aviation building.
Explore the innovative learning spaces and research centres that make Nathan one of our most popular campuses.
Nathan at a Glance
On the edge of Toohey Forest, close to Mt Gravatt campus and 12 kilometres from Brisbane CBD
Key study areas
Business and government, science and aviation, engineering and IT, environment, law, humanities and languages
Fitness centre, multisport complex, sports fields, squash courts, library and study zones, Sir Samuel Griffith Centre, Engineering, Technology and Aviation building
Food and drink
Nine outlets, including the UniBar
Pharmacy, post office, bookshop
Bus, car, walk or bicycle. Car parking available