AIE Adelaide is our newest campus and offers the latest in game development, game programming, 3D animation and visual effects education in brand new, state of the art facilities. The campus is located in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD, on 32 Grenfell Street (next to City Cross Food Court). The campus neighbours major film and game studios such as Rising Sun Pictures, Six Foot Kid and Mighty Kingdom. It is a street away from the vibrant Rundle Mall, which is home to some of Adelaide’s best shops, cafes, arcades and attractions.
AIE Adelaide campus is located here:
The Adelaide campus is in the heart of the CBD and circulates fresh retailors, excellent restaurants, elegant parks and attractions for all visitors.
With a strategic position for Students, the campus lies in close vicinity to the City's highlights such as Rundle Mall, Government house, Adelaide Central Markets, East End Rundle and the West End’s entertainment precincts.
It’s a great place to learn and have fun!
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Grenfell Street is well serviced by multi-storey car parking facilities. Car parks can be found on Grenfell Street or neighbouring Streets.
Public transport buses run frequently and stop in front of the Campus at bus stop number F2. Grenfell Street is serviced by bus routes from most metropolitan Adelaide suburbs and buses stop on all neighbouring streets. Grenfell St can also be accessed by the free City Loop Bus (Number 99C).
The Adelaide Railway Station is located only a few hundred metres away from Grenfell St. To access Grenfell Street from the Adelaide Railway Station you can either walk, catch the free 99C City Loop bus or the free Terrace to Terrace tram, both of which stop close to Grenfell Street.
Rundle Mall and Pirie St are both serviced by a tram service that runs between Glenelg and the Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Hindmarsh. If you are travelling within the city mile (ie between North Terrace and South Terrace), travel on trams is free.
If you are thinking of moving to Adelaide, it’s a great Idea. Lonely Planet named Adelaide as one of the top 10 cities to visit for 2014.
Most Adelaidians claim that Adelaide is the; “20 minutes city”, meaning you can get anywhere within 20 minutes by car whether you live in the northern, southern, eastern or western suburbs. That’s probably a slight exaggeration, but it is an easy city to get around and there is little by the way of traffic jams. Living in the city is also no problem as the campus is surrounded by other educational institutions.
Students may choose to source their own student accommodation through sites like gumtree.com.au or flatmatefinder.com.au, or, choose a structured student accommodation environment like iglu.com.au, urbanest.com.au or unilodge.com.au
(we don’t endorse any particular product and acknowledge that there are probably some very valid options we have no listed here).
AIE’s Student Liaison Officers are on hand to provide guidance in the area if required.