About Flinders University
Inspire. Innovate. Make a difference.
For over 50 years, Flinders has been a center of inspiring achievement: from our pioneering research and excellence in teaching to the positive impact we have in the communities we serve.
Inspiration leads to innovation. But innovation is more than just a buzzword at Flinders.
It extends from our founding Vice-Chancellor Peter Karmel’s entreaty to ‘experiment and experiment bravely’ through to the creative, trailblazing work of our staff, students and alumni.
As we enter an era of disruptive change and remarkable technological innovation, Flinders is well prepared for this unpredictable, exciting future.
Our strong network of external links keeps our work dynamic, enabling us to connect across barriers to create enterprising solutions for the future, to make a difference by changing lives and, ultimately, the world.
Our excellence is demonstrated by our facts and figures.
Since being established in 1966, Flinders has achieved much of which we can be very proud—in innovative research, in high-quality teaching, and in community engagement.
Our facts and figures demonstrate our quality as an institution and tell the story of our inspiring achievements.
- Established in 1966 on the lands of the Kaurna nation.
- Our namesake is British navigator and cartographer Matthew Flinders.
- Main campus located at Bedford Park, with additional Adelaide locations at Victoria Square and Tonsley.
- Regional locations span the Barossa, Port Lincoln, Mt Gambier, Renmark, and Victor Harbor.
- Interstate locations include Hamilton and Warrnambool (Victoria), and Alice Springs, Casuarina, Darwin, Katherine and Nhulunbuy (Northern Territory).
- Courses delivered in Hong Kong, Singapore, China, and Malaysia.
- Member of the International Network of Universities and Innovative Research Universities Australia.