Reception: +61 (08) 8215 7800
Course Enquiries: 1 800 723 338
Level 5, 16-20 Coglin Street, Adelaide, SA , 5000 Follow Adelaide campus

About the Campus

SAE Adelaide

SAE Adelaide has temporarily relocated to Coglin Street for 2021, in the leadup to our permanent move, to a state-of-the-art campus in 2022.

All current students will be fully supported to successfully complete their studies and obtain their qualifications.

We continue to offer South Australian creative media students access to online programs through SAE's national network of colleges. These include the Diploma of Screen & Media and the Certificate III in Music Industry.

SAE Adelaide offers you:

  • A dynamic campus in a convenient location
  • Outstanding professional development opportunities 
  • A talented and supportive student/staff community
  • Two Ableton Push units
  • Korg Minilogue
  • Arturia Drumbrute
  • Arturia Minibrute
  • Audio Technica USB turntable
  • Novation Launchpad
  • Akai and Novation controller keyboards
  • UAD Apollo audio interface
  • A range of professional microphones
  • Two fully equipped Mac computer labs

Opening Times:

Weeks 1 - 13 

  • Monday to Thursday: 9am - 5pm
  • Friday to Sunday: Closed 

Trimester Break

  • Monday to Thursday: 9am - 5pm
  • Friday to Sunday: Closed 

About the Area

About Adelaide

Adelaide, one of Australia’s smaller capital cities, is world-renowned for its food and festivals. With a diverse cultural mix and a good dose of urban cool, Adelaide is a very livable city.

Adelaide has a Mediterranean climate with amazing blue skies, mild wet winters and warm dry summers.

A compact city – described by locals as the “20 minute city” – the beaches, picturesque Adelaide Hills, and airport, are all within easy reach.

Key attractions

  • Hop on the tram to Glenelg beach for a relaxing swim and then enjoy some fish and chips on the esplanade; or indulge your taste buds at one of the hip beachside cafes
  • Spend the morning soaking up the sights and smells of the Adelaide Central Markets
  • Cuddle a koala at the Cleland Wildlife Park
  • Visit the towns in and around the beautiful Adelaide hills – where boutique wineries, pubs and restaurants abound
  • Catch up with friends (and your favourite local band) at any of the good-vibe venues in the city’s east and west-end precincts.



  • Adelaide 500
  • Schützenfest
  • Santos Tour Down Under
  • Adelaide Fringe
  • Adelaide Festival
  • WOMADelaide
  • Shorts Film festival


  • Clare Valley Gourmet Weekend
  • Hoot! Adelaide Hills Jazz Festival
  • Sea & Vines Food and Wine Festival
  • Melrose Fat Tyre Festival
  • Willunga Almond Blossom Festival
  • Barossa Gourmet Weekend


  • Royal Adelaide Show
  • OzAsia Festival
  • Bay to Birdwood
  • Semaphore Music Festival
  • Adelaide Film Festival
  • Feast Festival

Additional links and resources:

Local Services

Local Services in Adelaide

Emergency Services

In an emergency call: 000 (Ambulance, Fire, Police)
Poisons advice: 131 126

If it’s not an emergency but it could be serious, call 13 HEALTH – qualified staff will give you advice on who to talk to and how quickly you should do it: 13 43 25 84

Legal Services

For legal advice and information, or to find a Solicitor, visit the Legal Services Commission of South Australia.

Please note that serious matters should be directed to your country’s consulate.

The Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has a 24 hour Consular Emergency Centre. For more information visit or call the emergency consular helpline on 1300 555 135. 

Accessing Money

There are a numerous banks and Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) in the Adelaide CBD. Banks are open from Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm (except on public holidays). ATMs are accessible 24 hours a day.

Internet Access

The Internet is readily available on campus during opening hours.

You can purchase portable broadband Wi-Fi and plug and play devices (pre-paid or on a contract/plan) from the service providers below. It is worth doing your research to make sure you get a deal that suits your needs and budget.

Medical Centres

Royal Adelaide Hospital

North Tce, Adelaide SA 5000
T: +61 (08) 8410 0774

Adelaide Health Care

43 Carrington St, Adelaide SA 5000
T: +61 (08) 8410 0774

Globe Medical

21 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide SA 5000
T: +61 (08) 8232 7372

Places of Worship

Adelaide is an accepting and multicultural community welcoming people of all religious beliefs. Below is a list of the closest places of worship to the SAE campus for several faiths.


St Luke Anglican Church
35 Whitmore Square, Adelaide SA 5000


Buddhist Temple Wat Ratanaprathib Vihara
45 Smith St, Thebarton SA 5031


St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral
11 Wakefield St, Adelaide SA 5000


13 Flemmington St, Glenside SA 5065


Adelaide Mosque
20 Little Gilbert St, Adelaide SA 5000


Sikh Temple
Barham St, Allenby Gardens SA 5009


Maughan Uniting Church
43 Franklin St, Adelaide SA 5000



Adelaide Transport

Getting around Adelaide on public transport is easy. Buses, trains, and trams operate throughout the city, suburbs, and beyond.

For ticketing and timetable information, or to plan your trip visit Adelaide Metro.

There are 3 free public transport services operating within the Adelaide CBD:

Getting to SAE Adelaide

The closest bus stops are:

  • T1 Victoria Square (4-minute walk)
  • W1 Grote Street South side (5-minute walk)
  • D1 Sturt Street North side (5-minute walk)

The closest train stop is:

  • Victoria Square (4-minute walk)

Car Parking

Limited car parking is available in front of the campus at $3 per half hour or $17 for 10 hours. Free street parking is available in the area for limited periods




Accommodation in Adelaide

There are a number of off-campus accommodation options if you choose to study in Adelaide.

Students who are moving to Adelaide often stay in a hotel, hostel/guesthouse, or nearby student accommodation when they first arrive. Many students then move into shared rental accommodation when they are more familiar with the city and surrounding areas.

Hostels and Guesthouses

Hostels are usually run by organisations such as Youth Hostels Australia (YHA). Students share kitchen and bathroom facilities. This is an economical, short-term option.

Student Accommodation

Designed specifically for students, you will have the privacy of your own bedroom and bathroom in a shared apartment, with access to larger communal living areas and facilities. We recommend:

Homestay Network

Homestay accommodation gives students an opportunity to live with an Australian family. This is a great way for younger international students to immerse themselves in Australian life and culture while maintaining the familiarity and safety of a family environment. Homestay accommodation costs range from AU$160 to AU$300 per week. To find out more, visit

Shared Rental Accommodation

Sharing a rental property is a popular and economic option for both international and local students. If you choose this option you will share the cost of renting a house or apartment with your ‘housemates. The cost of shared rental accommodation varies depending on the location, size, and condition of the premises; you should expect to pay between AU$165-$350 per week. Some things to remember about shared rental accommodation:

  • Landlords require rent to be paid in advance
  • A security bond, equal to one month's rent, is required at the beginning of your lease
  • Be prepared to supply your own furniture
  • Cost of utilities such as electricity, water, telephone, and Internet is usually in addition to rent

To search for rental properties check out the notice boards on campus, look for advertisements in the local newspapers or go online: or or LJ Hooker Real Estate

Living in Australia

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