The Central Highlands provides a full range of educational options from early childhood to university degrees.
Early learning and child care
The Central Highlands is home to a variety services that cater for early childhood learning and care. See the community directory for more information.
Primary and secondary school
With over 29 schools representing both the state and private systems the primary and secondary school needs for your children are well looked after.
Smaller class sizes mean more personal attention for your student. Our high schools offer a diverse mix of traditional subject choices plus music, arts and vocational programs. See the community directory for more information.
The Central Highlands is home to a campus of the CQUniversity/TAFE College (now merged) and the Australian Agricultural College, offering everything from a bachelor degree to short courses for trade and vocational education. We also have ample smaller training organisations to meet your training needs for obtaining qualification or tickets.
Still can’t find training for… ?
Training.gov.au is the National Register on Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia. Training.gov.au is the authoritative source of nationally recognised training (NRT) and registered training organisations (RTOs)
Visit the Central Highlands Business Directory on the CHDC website for further of education options.