College building is very modern, well-appointed site suitable for an inner city training college. It has spacious, well-equipped training rooms, counselling room and a large computer lab.
Students have access to kitchen facility with fridge, toaster and microwave. Lounge areas are available indoors and outdoors. Several eating outlets are located in close vicinity of the college.
Students have free wireless facility available to them. Additionally, college computer lab is available for use during non-teaching hours. Lounge area has computer access for students, with free internet access.
The primary mode of transport within the district is by private vehicle. Despite continued discussion about the preference for sustainable public transport especially light rail.
Gungahlin’s development is still guided by a philosophy of reliance on private personal transport and an extensive road network.
The ACTION bus service provides public transport throughout Canberra and is the only form of regularly scheduled public transport in the Gungahlin district. Services from the various suburbs generally pass through a bus interchange located at the Gungahlin Town Centre from where they continue to Civic as well as other town centres in Canberra’s south.
Light Rail :
The Canberra light rail network, also known as Canberra Metro, is a light rail system serving the city of Canberra, Australia. Canberra’s light rail system meets world class safety standards. The nearby light rail station of CBTC is the Gungahlin which is just away of walking distance about few minutes.
Some services operate direct to the Belconnen Town Centre. The Gungahlin bus interchange is located in Hibberson Street. The route 200 Red Rapid limited stops express service from the Gungahlin Interchange to Civic, the office precincts of Barton and Russell and Fyshwick runs every 15 minutes between 7am and 7pm on weekdays. On Saturdays and Sundays, route 200 runs between Gungahlin and Civic only.
While the Gungahlin district is serviced by Calvary Hospital and The Canberra Hospital for emergency treatment, a number of private medical practices have established in the town centre and surrounding suburbs. The ACT Government Health Directorate also operates a Community Health Centre, providing access to allied health and outpatient services including mental health services, children’s dental and nutrition, diabetes clinic, pathology collection and drug and alcohol counseling services. The clinic opened on 3 September 2012.
The Australian Capital Territory Emergency Services Agency operates the Gungahlin Joint Emergency Services Centre which provides the Gungahlin district with a local operations centre for Ambulance and Police as well as ACT Fire and Rescue and the Rural Fire Service.