A living city
A city to call home
A place with a range of housing options, amenities, access to public spaces, health, transport, education, shops and community services.
Our University City of the Future will have a diverse mix of housing, from apartments and townhouses to homes, that will cater for our local community and will all be set within a natural landscape. We're already committed, constructing a new 624 bed student accommodation facility on site - the first of many accommodation precincts planned for Bundoora.
Our city will also be a place of wellbeing. Our new Health and Wellbeing Hub will seek to include a hospital, a primary and allied health care centre as well as new allied health clinics for the general public, and an aged care facility.
Our $150 million Sports Park will be home to teaching, research, community participation, and elite sports, and our Town Centre will include multiple cafes and retail hubs to foster a vibrant and inclusive lifestyle culture that caters to all generations.
A place on campus
Modern and sustainable apartments that are in sync with nature.
A place of wellbeing
Access to sport and recreation facilities to support your health and fitness journey.
Sport at La Trobe
A place enriched by nature
Explore Nangak Tamboree - the bushland and waterways at the heart of the city.
A place of health
Access to healthcare services and clinics to help our community stay healthy.
La Trobe University Medical Centre
A place to grow
A place for children to learn, grow and flourish within our community.
Community Children's Centre
A place to enjoy
A range of services for your convenience.
Facilities and amenities
Thank you for you feedback! Your ideas will help transform La Trobe into a true City of the Future
Our University City of the Future journey is taking its next step with a refresh of the campus master plan, which will set out how the campus might grow and develop in the future.
From June to September 2022, we reached out to our local community, staff and students, to find out what they like about our campus, the different spaces and facilities they use, and how we can improve the campus to benefit the wider community.
You can read a summary of this feedback, which is helping us develop an updated master plan that will set out how the campus can grow to achieve our vision.
We are on our way to becoming a University City of the Future.