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Life at NMTAFE

Our students are on their initial steps to a whole new world. You can be part of their journey.

From admiring amazing arts to zeroing in on a zesty zabaglione, why not experience any of our many services and facilities?

Dismiss your second thoughts; managed by professionally trained staff and operated by the students themselves, you’ll soon discover fantastic opportunities to improve your wellbeing, look as wonderful as you feel, satisfy your inner soul, or enjoy the spoils of future culinarians.

It’s a win for you, and our students. Come and see us today.

Services open to the public


Beauty Therapy Clinic
Beauty Clinics

Joondalup (McLarty) | Perth 

Get a glow-up at our student run beauty clinics! Services include waxing, tinting, nails, facial and body treatments, make-up, massage and pamper packages. 

Chalk n Cheese café 


Enjoy a coffee brewed by our hospitality students along with delicious morning tea and lunch options, find the café on the corner of Aberdeen and William Streets.

Eco Playground

Joondalup (Kendrew) | Leederville | Midland

With a strong focus on sustainability, our early childhood education and care students work with local children teaching them how to care for the environment.  

Gallery Central


Located in the heart of Perth’s cultural precinct, enjoy exhibitions from our own creative industries students and graduates, along with other professional artists.  

Hairdressing Salons

Balga | Midland 

In need of a fresh, new look? Our hairdressing apprentices can give you a new style, for a fraction of the cost.  

Massage Clinic


Having trouble with an injury or sore muscles? Our massage students can help you out with their remedial and relaxation massage styles. 

Pavilion Restaurant and Baytree Deli

Joondalup (Kendrew) 

Enjoy a fine dining a la carte meal created by our culinary arts students at Pavilion Restaurant or pick up a gourmet lunch or take home dinner at the Baytree Deli.

REACH Clinic

Mt Lawley | Mobile

Our Enrolled Nursing students deliver health services to the community through Roaming Education and Community Health (REACH), including free on-campus health checks. 

Servicing the community


Foyer Oxford 

The Foyer Oxford is a project being run In conjunction with Foundation Housing, and Anglicare in Leederville. It aims to provide secure quality accommodation and pathways to employment, education and training for young people.​​​​

Foyer Oxford provides opportunities for young people ready to make a commitment to move on with their lives — a commitment to further education and training, and being a full participant in Foyer and all that it involves. Every person has an individually tailored commitment and plan. The young person signs it and so do the project partners.
Participants can stay in the Foyer project for up to two years. It's not a short-term crisis centre — it's for long-term building of young people's lives. The successful model is based on having a complete range of services on site.   Every young person has their own self-contained unit so they don't have to share kitchens, laundries or bathrooms. It is about creating a positive community.

Foyer originated in France and has been taken up throughout Europe and the United States. This world-class complex is located on Oxford Street in Leederville. It has the capacity to house and support 98 young people, including 24 young parents and their children. It is the largest single-site homelessness service for young people in Australia.
Foundation Housing built the accommodation and became the landlord; Anglicare is the project manager, and provides the personal and community life skills support; while North Metropolitan TAFE contributes the education and training component.

The project is possible thanks to funding from State and Federal Governments under the National Affordable Housing Agreement, and Lotterywest.

For more information,​ visit the Foyer Oxford (opens in a new tab) website.