Yallah Campus is the Institute's centre of excellence in Horticulture and Animal Science.
The Campus is located in a peaceful rural setting approximately five kilometres from Dapto. Yallah Campus is ideally located to offer a comprehensive range of agricultural and animal industry related courses.
Access programs are also offered at this Campus.
Campus contact details
Street Address: 138 Marshall Mount Road MARSHALL MOUNT 2530
Postal Address: PO Box 381 DAPTO 2530
Telephone: 4262 9900
Fax: 4261 8259
Useful Campus information
Aboriginal Education and Training Unit: Assistance available from the Aboriginal Coordinator at Wollongong Campus. Telephone 4229 0142
Campus map: Download afor Yallah Campus
Car Parking: Parking available on site. Campus speed limit is 20kph. No public transport is currently available to Yallah campus. The nearest train station is Dapto.
Child Care: Not available
Counselling: Part-time service available. Located adjacent to Campus Office in B Block. For an appointment telephone 4262 9913 or 4262 9900
Course Information: Contact our Customer Service Centre in C Block. Telephone 4262 9900. Open 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday
Customer Service Centre: Located in C Block. Open Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm
- Hearing: Telephone 4229 0649
- Physical: Telephone 4229 0163
- Intellectual: Telephone 4229 0165
- Vision: Telephone 4421 9865
- Neurological: Telephone 4229 0422
- Psychiatric: Telephone 4295 2261
Enquiries can be made by contacting Campus Office in C Block
First Aid: First Aid room located in A Block. Contact our Customer Service Centre on Telephone: 4262 9900 for assistance.
Food: Food available from the canteen open 9:30am -1:30pm. Drinks, lollies and hot drink machine on Campus.
Library: Located in B Block. Monday - Friday. Telephone 4262 9916 or email email@example.com. Visit the Library & Information Services page for library catalogue and other online services, or visit the Yallah Campus Library guide for local services and more information.
Occupational Health and Safety: Students are advised to wear a broad brimmed hat (8 cm) or a peaked cap with flaps to protect the face and neck from exposure to the sun when outside of the buildings. Other parts of skin exposed to the sun should be covered with a 30+ sunblock. Students must wear closed shoes (thongs, sandals and bare feet are not permitted) and long sleeved shirts should be worn at all times.
Public Telephone: No public phone on campus, please contact Customer Service Centre for assistance.
Individual Tutorial Support for Students: Telephone 4221 8938 - Dapto Campus
Women's Access: Assistance available from the Education & Training Services Unit. Telephone 4221 8909 for more information about women's programs
Smoking: Smoking on campus is restricted to two designated smoking areas. More details are available from our Customer Service Centre