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. Talk to us today.
Note Visitors (aged 16 years and over) who are purchasing food or drinks (except for takeaway) or being seated in cafés and similar campus outlets are now required to show proof of vaccination through the ServiceWA app, or in a digital or paper-based form, along with acceptable ID.
The Pavilion Restaurant is a fine dining, à la carte restaurant operated by students at North Metropolitan TAFE's Hospitality and Culinary Arts centre. This real-life training environment is where the next star chefs, wait staff and front of house staff cut their teeth.
Open to the public, the Pavilion offers fabulous three-course meals at very low prices. Why not try it for your next special occasion? We guarantee you will be blown away by the quality of the food and the service.
Tuesday 19 April – Friday 10 June
Tuesday 2 August – Friday 23 September
Tuesday 4 October – Friday 25 November
Tuesday to Friday
12:00 - 2:30pm
Lunch menu (702 KB) (PDF document)
Joondalup campus (Kendrew Crescent) - E Block
35 Kendrew Crescent, Joondalup
Chalk n Cheese café
Great coffee, morning tea and lunch options all served with excellent customer service and a friendly smile.
During the term, NMTAFE’s Chalk n Cheese café is open on the corner of William and Aberdeen Streets, Perth, just under the NMTAFE library.
The café is operated by Hospitality students as part of their training, so come in and let our students demonstrate their acquired skills and knowledge.
The café has great coffee from $2, and an exciting selection of freshly made cakes from the patisserie students at Joondalup. There’s a wide range of lunch items like toasties, soups, pies and sausage rolls for $4. The students also run a milkshake, mocktail and smoothie station with daily specials.
The cafe will accept payments by cash and EFTPOS.
Opening hours – during term only
Tuesday and Thursday
9:30am - 2:30pm
30 Aberdeen Street (corner of Aberdeen and William Streets)
Pick up a gourmet lunch, a sweet treat or even take home dinner to heat and eat later. The Baytree Deli is very affordable and operated by Hospitality students and staff.
Beauty and wellbeing
North Metropolitan TAFE is home to two state of the art commercial beauty clinics at the Joondalup (McLarty) and Perth campuses. These real life training environments allow students to learn their trade using industry standard equipment and supplies.
The beauty clinics offer a range of services at very affordable prices, including:
- Facial treatments
- Body treatments
- Pamper packages
Bookings are essential so please call the clinics on the numbers below or via email.
Open to the public throughout each term.
View our Beauty Treatment list.
North Metropolitan TAFE is home to two hairdressing salons located at the Balga and Midland campuses. The salons are managed and supervised by lecturing staff and provide an industry standard training environment for our hairdressing apprentices. Open to all students and external clients at a reduced cost the salons operate during the term.
Contact the campus salons below to book an appointment.
Please note Services are dependent on the students' training schedule.
The Remedial Massage clinic at 30 Aberdeen Street is run by our Diploma of Remedial Massage students, and is fully supervised with a qualified massage therapist available to answer any questions.
What to expect
On your first visit to the clinic, you will be asked to complete a comprehensive medical history form, as well as a disclaimer stating that you are aware that a student will be giving the massage treatment session. At the completion of the massage, the student will invite you to complete a feedback form. Please use this opportunity to give constructive feedback on their strengths and weaknesses, to allow the student to learn fully from the experience. Treatments are performed by students only.
What to wear
Ideally loose, comfortable clothing makes for easy undressing for your massage, as well as doing any stretches that our student therapists may ask you to do. But if you are attending the clinic after a day at work, that is quite ok too.
If you are unable to make your booked appointment, please be courteous and cancel it. Also, if you are late for your appointment, please understand that your treatment time may have to be shortened accordingly.
The cost of a massage ranges from $15 for a 30-minute chair massage, $30 for a 60-minute remedial session, to $45 for a 90-minute massage.
Gift vouchers are available.
We accept EFTPOS only.
Wednesday 1:30pm - 6:30pm
Thursday 1:30pm - 6:30pm
Friday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Sessions are a mix of both relaxation and remedial style massages.
30 Aberdeen Street
Enter via William Street
View our Massage Treatment list.
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 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.
Roaming Education and Community Health (REACH) is a training and primary health care initiative that delivers health services to the community and provides clinical training opportunities for our enrolled nursing students under the direct supervision of registered nurses.
Health checks are provided free of charge at most North Metropolitan TAFE campuses; for information about our next visit to your campus, email email@example.com
For more detailed information, please see our REACH page.
Unique to North Metropolitan TAFE, the Eco Playgroup provides child care students with a real-working environment during their training. They spend time in the playgroup during their course, caring for local children under lecturer supervision. With a strong sustainability focus, students teach children how to care for their environment and the importance of using recycled materials.
Monday to Friday
9:30am – 11:30am
F Block, Joondalup campus (Kendrew Crescent)
35 Kendrew Crescent, Joondalup
From its roots as part of Perth Technical School in 1900, Gallery Central has become the centrepiece of creative industries in Western Australia, playing a significant role in the development of two universities and growing to become the largest TAFE College in WA; North Metropolitan TAFE.
The Gallery continues to be a centre for excellence in training art design and media, exhibiting the many talents of our students, lecturers, graduates and other professional artists.
Gallery Central has several art spaces and runs various art classes. Admission to the gallery is free.
North Metropolitan TAFE operates an Artist-in-Residence program. The residency is located within the cultural centre precinct, within close walking distance to the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA), the State Library of WA, and the WA Museum.
For further information as well as upcoming exhibitions, visit the Gallery Central(opens in a new tab) website.