Hilton Academy is located in the heart of Melbourne CBD, a short walk from Flinders Street Station and Swanston and Collins Street Trams.
Learn to cook in world class training kitchens at Hilton Academy. When completing theory based classes, students can enjoy facilities with all of the modern resources and facilities that you would expect.
● Classrooms are fully equipped with modern facilities and the campus has a dedicated computer laboratory
● Students are provided with self-study materials online and supplementary readers are available in student library
● Outside of class time, students can access the computer laboratory, class rooms and library areas for independent study.
● Hilton Academy is centrally located and close to a wide range of eateries, coffee shops, services, sporting facilities and transport
● Hilton Academy ensures that the campus facilities are safe by regular monitoring of the premises
Hilton Academy Cookery Campus is located a short tram ride from the Melbourne CBD.
7/63-71 Boundary Road,
Victoria is a state in the south-east corner of Australia. Melbourne is the capital of Victoria. Here are some quick facts about Victoria:
- The population is approximately 4.5 million
- It is the second largest state in Australia
- Victoria is represented by 140 different nations, thus highlighting the diversity of cultures and nationalities embraced in this state
- 45.5% of the Victorian population were either born overseas or have one parent born overseas.
- 20% of Victorians speak a language other than English
- Regional Victoria is an important part of the state. Regional Victoria has many natural and wildlife wonders: country and beach resorts, mountain ranges, the Great Ocean Road, the Apostles and many others.
Melbourne is consistently rated as one of the world’s most livable cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit. This is based on its safe and affordable public transport and transport infrastructure. Melbourne is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city rich in culture and tradition. Melbourne is renowned for its:
- Rich cultural and musical festivals. Melbourne hosts international cultural events and arts festivals
- Thriving dining and restaurant culture with unique laneways and cafes
- World class shopping
- Lush and attractive parks and gardens such as Fitzroy Gardens, Royal Botanic Gardens, and Treasury Gardens
- Entertainment venues with vibrant night-life: theatres, bars and night-clubs
- World class recreation and sporting facilities. Melbourne hosts major international sporting events
For more information about Melbourne please visit the following websites:
Summers are warm and dry. Occasionally there are very hot days. Our advice is to seek protection from the sun and be aware of the possibility of bush-fires in some areas of regional Victoria.
Melbourne’s weather is generally temperate and mild. You will need a range of clothing to cater for the distinct seasons. In winter you will need thick woolen jumpers or coats. Clothing such as scarves, beanies and gloves aren’t necessarily required. In summer, light clothes are desirable but you will need a hat.
As the weather can be unpredictable from time to time, it is recommended that layers of clothing be worn, especially in the colder months. Students in Australia generally dress casually, unless there is a special event. Students are advised to bring basic clothing as a large range of affordable clothing can be readily purchased here in Melbourne in places such as Smith Street in Fitzroy, Bridge Road, Richmond or the many direct factory outlets (DFO).