Discover the Nautilus Centre

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Officially opened on 30 October 2017 by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, the Nautilus Centre provides students at Concordia College with a magnificent new learning facility for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM).

The building features flexible learning areas, collaborative breakout spaces, and innovative outdoor learning areas, including a covered courtyard and a rooftop terrace. The Nautilus Centre is unique in its design and purposeful in its combination of leading-edge educational spaces and architectural features that encourage students to appreciate the world around them. Built on the footprint of the previous science centre, opened in 1967, the facility marks a new era in Science and Art education at Concordia as the College continues preparing students for bright futures.

Watch the video below to hear some of our students' first impressions of the new Centre:

The Nautilus Centre is designed to invite curiosity and inquiry. Its inbuilt flexibility and technology-rich features provide an immersive STEAM-based learning environment. The magnificent new facility supports our aim of preparing Concordia students to become open-minded, innovative and reflective people who can make a positive impact on the world around them.

Lester Saegenschnitter, Principal - Concordia Campus