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With stunning views of both the country’s most famous icon – the Sydney Opera House and the magnificent Sydney Harbour Bridge – William Blue students can enjoy a truly inspirational study environment in the heart of Sydney’s tourism and hospitality hub.

The Rocks is the ideal location for the William Blue campus as the area is on the fringe of Sydney’s central business and tourism district – you will literally be able to see your future from a classroom window. Set within a pre-Federation era warehouse, the campus boasts a state-of-the-art technological nervous system and custom-designed facilities to provide the best resources for students to achieve highly in their studies.

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William Blue

William Blue Dining is our own student-run restaurant, recently relocated to The Rocks at the former site of Neil Perry’s Rockpool restaurant. With a seating capacity of 60 places, it’s open to the public for lunch and dinner and gives vocational students the chance to learn upmarket food and beverage service skills in a live environment. William Blue Dining showcases the talents required of a hospitality industry professional. The daily interaction with real customers will give you a deeper understanding of the many challenges of the industry – operational, financial or even psychological. This understanding will single you out from less experienced colleagues in the workplace.