Explore a selection of spaces in 360°
Visit some of the spaces that Griffith has to offer; from the clinical to the creative, look around in 360° and experience Griffith from wherever you are, without stepping foot on campus.
Visit Griffith in 360º virtual reality
Take a tour of our Griffith campuses from anywhere in the world. Use your browser, phone or device to explore our learning spaces and buildings. To get the best experience use your desktop computer.
Take a look at some of Griffith’s creative spaces where our students conceptualise, design, craft, practice and hone their talents and skills. From Queensland College of Arts, to Griffith Film School, and the Queensland Conservatorium, explore some of the diverse creative spaces at Griffith.
With technology at the heart of so many Griffith degrees, we have put together a selection of some of the interesting spaces that our students get to learn in. See where you can learn to fly planes or imagine using a 3D printer to make your very own prototype – have a look at where our students get their tech hands dirty.
We know how important the practical elements of learning are, and our clinical spaces give our students the chance to gain skills in these environments and put theory into practice. Step inside the clinical world with a look at where some of our nursing, pharmacy and medical students learn.
Student spaces and facilities
No matter which campus you choose, at Griffith you will have some great facilities available, including libraries, cafes and food precincts, and sport and fitness amenities. Explore some of the best places to hang out and have fun on campus.
Explore some of the buildings that you will find while walking across our campuses including the Sir Samuel Griffith Centre on the Nathan campus with a 6-star green energy rating, the $150 million Griffith Health Centre and a brand new 6,000m2 Engineering, Technology and Aviation building featuring six levels of multi-functional and innovative spaces.
Get a glimpse into some of our remarkable study areas and hear from our students and academic staff.
Meet three students studying health at Griffith University. Calvin Xu is completing his Doctor of Medicine, Fatima is studying a Bachelor of Dentistry and Christine is pursuing a Bachelor of Nursing.
Bren (Bachelor of Industrial Design) is joined by Nick Emerson to show us around the Advanced Design and Prototyping Technologies (ADaPT) lab.
In the Liveworm studio Jayden (studying a Bachelor of Creative and Interactive Media) and his lecturer Daniel Della-Bosca discuss what to expect when studying 3D modelling.
Josh is studying a Bachelor of Pharmacy at Griffith University and is joined by Associate Professor Gary Grant to show us around the new virtual reality pharmacy lab.
Leon Andov (studying Bachelor of Computer Science) and Professor Bela Stantic show us around the Big Data Lab.
Zoe Murray (studying a Bachelor of Design) and Associate Professor Christopher Klopper are in the Liveworm studio discussing studying creative industries.
International students Angel and Diana share their experience of studying hotel management at Griffith. Lecturer Dr Barry Fraser understands the importance of integrating industry experience into the curriculum.
Ways to experience virtual reality
New to virtual reality? You can view our 360º tours and videos using your phone, tablet, computer or VR headset. You can also use the YouTube app on your device.
On your computer you can click to change your perspective and on your phone or tablet you can move your phone or use your finger.
A VR headset will give you the best experience and let you feel like you are really on-campus. Before you immerse yourself remember to take note of your surroundings, have a clear space around you and keep your feet on the ground. If you get dizzy please take a break. Coming to Griffith is exciting but we don’t want you to get a head spin!