The University has invested significantly in investing in state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and other infrastructure, that span both teaching and research fields including (by campus):
The National Life Sciences Hub (NaLSH), an outstanding research and teaching laboratory centre. NaLSH houses extensive undergraduate teaching laboratories, research laboratories, a quarantine facility, offices/study areas, and communal social areas and seminar spaces. This facility is utilised by staff and students across agriculture, wine science, animal and veterinary sciences, and biomedical science;
The CSU Rhizolysimeter, to support soil and plant research and teaching, the largest of it's kind in the southern hemisphere;
The CSU Phytotron, an extensive facility housing environmentally controlled growth chambers to support research and teaching in plant science and pathology;
Research and teaching facilities to support all food and wine sciences, including a fully operational experimental winery, sensory laboratory, and extensive greenhouses and general research laboratory spaces.