There are a number of ways to keep in touch with news and events at Ourimbah Campus. 

•    Events Calendar  - available on this website here.

•    Your News – can be emailed directly to you or click here to view the Your News page.

•    Connect with us – ‘like’ us on FB or follow us on Twitter, find out more here.

•    Yourimbah app – our free App, click here for more info.

•    Noticeboards on campus – keep an eye out for updates on the noticeboards around campus.

Be Your Own Boss Expo

Be Your Own Boss is a free event for people between the ages of 14 to 30, and is a partnership between Wyong Shire Council and the University of Newcastle - Central Coast. Lunch and morning tea will be provided to all attendees.

Inspiring young people to think entrepreneurially and create their own employment opportunities by starting-up or growing their own business, is the focus of this event to be held at the UON Central Coast Campus at Ourimbah.

Holiday Trading Hours

Below are the trading hours for the Yourimbah outlets over the Mid Year Semester Break.

2015-2016 Entertainment Books

The 2014 | 2015 Entertainment™ Membership expires 1 June.

If you haven't already purchased a new 2015 | 2016 Entertainment™ Membership, now is the time to do so. Plus, 20% of every Membership we sell contributes toward our fundraising!           




Yourimbah will be holding three debates on campus in Semester 2, 2015.

We need students to particapte!

If you are interested in joining our first debate (to be held Wednesday 5 August),  please contact Yourimbah before Friday 24 July 2015.

Topics will include:

    That Actions Speak Louder Than Words (5 August 2015)
    That Giving Is Better Than Receiving  (31 August 2015)
    That Social Media is Anti-Social  (14 October 2015)


Please contact Yourimbah by email or call into the Office to see us!



From one Student to Another

From one student to another: how to tackle exam prep the right way

It is that time of the year once again – exams are almost upon us. Everyone’s in a frantic rush to finish assignments and still have enough time to do some serious studying for the upcoming examinations. With a whirlpool of overwhelming pressure bringing you down, I hope you can spare a few minutes to read some advice on how to keep yourself together… from one student to another.

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