Dookie campus is an agricultural facility set on the tranquil rolling hills between Shepparton and Benalla in Victoria, Australia.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional owners of country, their elders past and present and for their ongoing custodial care of this place. This includes the Yorta Yorta but also to the near south the Tuangwurrung of the Kulin peoples.
Dookie campus has played a key role in the development of agriculture and agricultural teaching and learning in Australia since 1886 and it remains a focal point for the key research, teaching and technology development that is helping to shape the future of agriculture in Australia.
Situated on 2,440 hectares the campus includes a small community which houses our students and teaching staff, merino sheep, an orchard, robotic dairy, winery and a natural bush reserve.
Explore the campus and surrounds
At the Dookie Campus farm estate, work is underway with partners in industry, government and the community to help meet the challenge of food security.
Dookie's history of teaching winemaking and viticulture dates back to the end of the 19th century when the winery was built in 1896.
Dookie Bushland Reserve
An excellent location for facilitating insights into natural resource management issues including fuel reduction, flora and fauna, conservation, restoration, and pest, animal and plant management.
Accommodation at Dookie
Live in a small community with a variety of housing from dormitories to self-contained cottages, a range of conference venues, recreational and sporting facilities, and a natural bush reserve and Mount Major within its surroundings.
Intensive subjects at Dookie
Doing fieldwork or taking an intensive at Dookie campus is an exciting and enriching experience. This guide contains all the information you need to make the most of your time at Dookie.
940 Dookie-Nalinga Road,
Dookie College, VIC 3647
Ph: +61 3 5833 9200