UQ’s Gatton campus sits on 1068 hectares of prime agricultural land, 80 kilometres west of Brisbane.

It's the oldest tertiary institution in Queensland and was founded as the Queensland Agricultural College in 1897. It amalgamated with The University of Queensland in 1990.

Today, UQ's Gatton campus offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs at the School of Veterinary Science and School of Agriculture and Food Sustainability. We also offer vocational training programs through UQ Skills.

2018–2028 UQ Gatton Campus Development Plan

The University of Queensland continues to invest in the future of the Gatton campus.

Our strategies to redevelop the campus are outlined in the 2018–2028 UQ Gatton Campus Development Plan.

The redevelopment project will ensure we continue to meet our research, teaching and infrastructure goals. 

For more information, view the 2018–2028 UQ Gatton Campus Development Plan (PDF, 649.2 KB).