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Sunny Brisbane offers perfect setting to inspire culinary dreams

Campus highlight: Brisbane When choosing where to study, it's important to do your research on what each campus offers and how your chosen state suits your lifestyle.

Do you prefer immersing yourself in the food and art scene of Melbourne? The coastal metropolis of Sydney? The stunning wine regions in Adelaide? Or maybe the sun-kissed city of Brisbane is where you see yourself living, working and playing?

Whatever you choose, Le Cordon Bleu Australia’s four campuses across Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane each provide something unique to future chefs, pâtissiers and business leaders of the world.

At Le Cordon Bleu Brisbane, students enjoy studying in the heart of the CBD on the scenic river at South Bank.

The campus is surrounded by popular cafes, restaurants, bars, art galleries, parklands and malls, meaning there’s never a dull moment on and off campus.

It is also within walking distance of many student accommodation options, making it easy and hassle-free to get around, without the need for transport.

What’s more, Le Cordon Bleu Brisbane’s Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placement options allow students to experience the real working world at some of the country’s best resorts, hotels and restaurants.

As a Brisbane campus student, you are just a hop, skip and jump away from placement locations such as Hayman Island Resort and Hamilton Island Resort along the iconic Great Barrier Reef, The Star (Gold Coast and Brisbane), Sheraton Grande Mirage Port Douglas and Pullman Reef Casino in Cairns.

Brisbane's state-of-the-art campus facilities

On days off, students are easily able to explore stunning coastal regions and tourist destinations such as the Gold Coast down south, to Noosa and the Whitsundays in Far-North Queensland.

Thousands of job opportunities in tourism and hospitality await in Brisbane, with the new Queen’s Wharf development. Set to open in 2023, this new, world-class entertainment and lifestyle precinct will transform the CBD and river’s edge with a development covering more than 12 hectares of land.

Also set to take place in Brisbane is the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, so the need for exceptional hospitality staff will be bigger than ever over the coming years.

Whether you want to study Cuisine, Patisserie or a Grand Diplôme, Le Cordon Bleu Brisbane can help pave the way to a successful career in culinary arts and sciences.

You’ll find inspiration galore in what’s known as the Sunshine State – the perfect setting to inspire your dreams and become the best version of yourself.

Find out more about Le Cordon Bleu Australia’s state-of-the-art Brisbane campus