St Mark’s National Theological Centre - Canberra campus

St Mark's National Theological Centre
  • ACT
  • Canberra
  • St Mark\'s

Canberra campus life

Named after Australia's first Prime Minister, Andrew Barton, the town of Barton is a beautiful Canberra precinct renowned for its leafy surrounds, convenient location and great foodie and social scene - just to name a few.  Experience the best of Barton when you study on campus at St Mark's National Theological Centre. 

Sitting on Blackall Street and overlooking Lake Burley Griffin, this campus offers a host of features both on and off the grounds. This includes St Mark's National Memorial Library - one of the largest theological libraries in Australia, packed with information and resources for theological education, professional ministry training, and public theological discourse. The Library is also a specialised resource of theological materials for the church and the nation. 

Around the grounds

Study at the Canberra campus of St Mark\'s and feel like you\'re part of a vibrant community and supportive network. As a student of St Mark’s and Charles Sturt University, you get free membership and access to our world-class theological library.
  • On-campus accommodation
  • Regular chapel services
  • Student lounge area
  • Well-equipped kitchen
  • Onsite carpark
  • Nearby cafes
  • Outdoor and indoor chapel for quiet meditation
  • Campus-wide Wi-Fi
  • St Mark\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s National Memorial Library

On campus courses

15 Blackall Street, Barton,ACT 2600, ACT 2600