There is an array of food options available at Flinders University, from Wholefoods store, gourmet burgers and Vietnamese dishes to simple delights like hot chips and quality coffee – there’s something to suit every taste and budget.

At the Bedford Park campus, the main food outlets are in Flinders Laneway, with other cafés (One Byte, McHugh’s) and a coffee cart spread across the north and south ridges. In the Sturt precinct, there’s Decafé and a range of mobile food vans.

At Tonsley’s Town Square, under the Main Assembly Building (MAB) roof, you’ll find a convenience store, coffee, snacks, sushi and café food on offer.

At City Campus, crave any cuisine and you’ll be able to find it close by – choose from an abundance of food courts, eateries, and restaurants within a quick walk or (free CBD) tram ride. Chinatown on Gouger Street is the best choice for a variety of budget-friendly Asian cuisines, and it’s got a great atmosphere on Friday nights thanks to the nearby Adelaide Central Market.

Newly developed student areas at the Bedford campus will also provide kitchen facilities similar to those at City Campus and Tonsley for students who prefer to bring food from home. Facilities will include microwaves and taps dispensing cold and hot water.