Acknowledge Creativity have campuses located in both Sydney and Melbourne.
Melbourne is the coastal capital of the south-eastern Australian state of Victoria. The capital city rates highly in education, entertainment, health care, sport and tourism, making it the world’s most livable city – for the seventh year in a row in 2017, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit. The bustling lane ways offer a European feel, with a thriving art culture ready to inspire. Melbourne is well known for its changeable weather conditions.
Melbourne’s creative scene is supported by a thriving art and design industry. Scratch the surface and you’ll discover a city buzzing with cutting-edge arts and culture. The National Gallery of Victoria forms Melbourne’s beating cultural heart. The architecture of the city is reflective of an innovative and dynamic history and future.
Acknowledge Education is proudly situated in the Paris-end of Melbourne’s CBD. The precise location is amongst the theatre district of this cultural city, not far from cafés, restaurants and shopping destinations. The building is the perfect place to study, as it not only offers quiet spaces, but also a professional hub to interact with other students.
Located in the heart of Sydney’s fastest-growing business and recreation hub, Acknowledge Creativity is an expansive, heritage-listed space boasting 400 square metres of multi-functional rooms and private study areas. Participants will have access to a comprehensive library of resources including books, journals and online material. Laptops and tablets will also be made available for use within the premises.
Barangaroo Reserve is Sydney’s newest Harbour foreshore park – marking the transformation of one of the city’s oldest and ugliest industrial sites into a spectacular, six-hectare headland open space for Sydneysiders and visitors to enjoy.
Using innovative, industry-first technology, a concrete container terminal has been imaginatively reborn as a naturalistic rocky outcrop, sensitively landscaped with more than 75,000 native trees and shrubs.
The park also features unique rock pools created from the 10,000 blocks of sandstone excavated directly from the site. Barangaroo Reserve will also eventually boast a new cultural centre – the Cutaway – providing huge potential for public recreation, as well as an underground 300-space car park.
Located on the southern portion of the 22-hectare site, Barangaroo South will be a major new extension of the Sydney CBD, reinforcing Sydney’s position as a key financial centre in Asia Pacific. Setting new standards in sustainability, Barangaroo South will be a true mixed-use precinct consisting of commercial office buildings, residential apartments, an international hotel, shops, cafes, restaurants, and cultural facilities. There will be direct public transport connections, including a major pedestrian connection through to Wynyard station and the city.