Local News: Larrakia Cultural Centre Breaks Ground

Work has begun on the construction of the Larrakia Cultural Centre at Darwin harbour. The Larrakia Development Corporation recently announced the award of the Larrakia Cultural Centre construction tender, to locally owned and operated construction company Sunbuild. This is the largest and latest phase of works to be undertaken to deliver a world class Cultural […]

Local News: Northern Territory Art Gallery Reaches New Milestone

Latitude College students can view the progress being made on the Northern Territory Art Gallery, with the works now visibly above ground level including the driveway and ramp for underground art work deliveries in position. The gallery is over 30 per cent constructed with basement floor slabs and structural elements complete, along with two lift […]

Attracting international students to choose the Territory

More than 30 international education providers based in the Territory including Charles Darwin University (CDU), Alana Kaye College and Latitude College attended an industry forum last Friday with presentations from Australia’s leading international education industry professionals. Held at the Vibe Waterfront the forum featured presentations from the International Education Association of Australia, IDP International Education […]

New Enrolment Restrictions for Onshore Applicants

Australia’s migration system is facing significant changes as the government introduces stricter visa regulations aimed at curbing exploitation and improving planning. From 1 July 2024, Latitude College will no longer be able to accept enrolment applications from Visitor Visa holders. The visitor to student pathway has become increasingly prevalent, with over 36,000 applications since 1 […]

WorldSkills Cookery Competition: Open Now to Latitude College Students

Are you passionate about the art of cooking? Do you dream of showcasing your cookery skills on a national stage? The WorldSkills Australia Cookery competition could be for you! WorldSkills Australia is an esteemed organisation dedicated to promoting skills mastery and fostering talent across various trades and professions. From carpentry to hairdressing and beyond, WorldSkills […]

Study Commercial Cookery in Australia in 2025

If you’re passionate about food and interested in studying abroad, pursuing a career in commercial cookery can be promising and rewarding. Latitude College, located in Darwin, provides an excellent opportunity for those aspiring to become international students to study commercial cookery and gain valuable skills in a thriving hospitality industry. The commercial cookery package includes […]

Local News: New Student Accommodation for CDU City Campus

Latitude College is supporting the news that Charles Darwin University plans to create more student accommodation in the Darwin CBD. This designated student accommodation will not only help CDU students, but also free up other housing in the city for other students and Territorians, making it easier for everyone to find suitable accommodation in the […]

Events: Darwin Festival 2024 – Line-Up Confirmed

THE DARWIN FESTIVAL 2024 PROGRAM IS LIVE! 680 performances 38 venues 8 – 25 AugustDon’t miss the Darwin Festival this August for an unmatched collection of World premiere shows, iconic Australian musicians, award-winning art, awe-inspiring performances, hilarious comedians, family fun – and one hell of a party – for 18 balmy evenings in the tropics. This year’s festival […]

Events: Darwin Pride 2024

Top End Pride is gearing up for an exciting Darwin Pride 2024, celebrating the LGBTQIASB+ community with a vibrant array of events from 20th to 23rd June. Originating in the heart of Darwin, this event has grown to become one of the most significant celebrations of diversity and inclusion in the Northern Territory. It brings […]

Local News: Street Art Festival for Palmerston

Palmerston is about to get a colourful face-lift, with the first-ever Palmerston Street Art Festival set to take place! The festival will see several walls in the Palmerston and surrounding areas become unique masterpieces between 17 and 29 June 2024. Building upon Palmerston’s growing art culture, more than 50% of the artist line-up will feature […]