Campus overviewSAE Perth is conveniently located within walking distance of the CBD, Swan River, great cafes, affordable accommodation and public transport. The campus has a welcoming student community and a staff of dedicated professionals committed to best-practice teaching and learning.
SAE Perth offers
- Diverse student community with a vibrant social campus culture
- A fun, dynamic and creative learning environment
- Great guest lectures and seminars with renowned industry leaders
- Work placement opportunities at various local festivals including Emergence Creative Festival, WAMFest, Nannup Music Festival and Revelation Film Festival
- Cultural hub location in Northbridge
Four computer labs running industry standard games development and animation software such as UDK and Maya
Digital/analog recording and production studios
Flagship 40 Channel Custom 75 console with Studer 2"inch tape machine recording capabilities
Audient ASP 4816 (x2) and Audient ASP 8024
5.1 Post sound studio with AVID S6 M40
Dedicated mastering facilities
Film production studio with cyclorama soundstage
Industry professionals as lecturers
Getting to SAE Perth
By Bus: James St - Blue Cat 11 (2 minute walk to campus), Shenton St Russell Square - Blue Cat 10 (3 minute walk to campus), Perth Busport (5 minute walk to campus)
By Train: The closest train station is Perth Railway Station (9 minute walk to campus)
By Car: Some parking stations are located near the campus, however, parking in the city is often limited and expensive. Street parking may be available at night; be aware of clearway regulations.
Creative Futures at SAE Perth
Information NightCome along to SAE Perth Creative Futures event, to explore your interest and passion for a career in Creative Media.
We’re opening the SAE Perth campus and giving you the chance to chat with our industry experts, who are ready to answer all your questions about studying and working in creative fields.
SAE acknowledges the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation who are the traditional custodians of the land on which Perth Campus stands. Respect is paid to Whadjuk Elders past, present and future. This respect is extended to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for other communities who are here today.