Learning in the Lockyer Valley

Leaders in life sciences

Heritage-listed Gatton campus is home to one of the oldest and largest agricultural colleges in Australia. 

The history of UQ Gatton dates back to 1897, when the Queensland Agricultural College opened as a combined agricultural college and experimental farm.

Today, Gatton campus combines this heritage with unparalleled research and teaching facilities in agricultural, animal, plant and veterinary science. The campus is still home to working farm.

Getting to Gatton

Just choose your mode of transport to find out how to get here by car, bus or train

University library

With 16 branches and more than two million hard-copy resources, 1000 databases and one million e-books, UQ is home to the largest research library in Queensland

Living, learning, working.

There are always new things to explore at UQ and plenty of people can give you tips, tricks and advice

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