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Realising the Prahran Arts & Education Precinct 

A Prahran Arts and Education precinct, with a thriving tertiary campus at its heart, would secure the long-term future of the Prahran campus, provide career opportunities and educational opportunities for young people, particularly in the creative industries.

The campus is zoned for educational purposes, hosts a range of tenants, includes the  David Williamson Theatre, along with numerous facilities to support the creative industries and has Prahran High School next door.

NICA by Alexandra Dahlsen

The Prahran TAFE campus is an asset with incredible potential located in the heart of Prahran, but the full potential of the site is yet to be realised. It will need government funding and support for this to occur.

It would play a major role in revitalising our local area, in particular the Chapel Street precinct, bringing students and businesses alike as well as cementing our community’s proud reputation as a vibrant, buzzing arts and creative industries destination.

That's why I'm calling on the government to commit the funding and support required to realise the long-term vision of Prahran Arts & Education precinct.



Add your voice to the campaign for a Prahran Arts & Education Precinct to be established at the Prahran TAFE Campus.





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