About SACE Melbourne

Established in 2015, SACE Melbourne English school is centrally located in the World Trade Centre building which overlooks the beautiful Yarra River and is only a short walk from the city CBD. The river front hosts many of Melbourne’s most famous cafes and restaurants and is a vibrant part of the city.

SACE has over 30 years of expertise and experience in conducting English language courses and was first accredited in 1987. Our Melbourne campus has 15 spacious and air-conditioned classrooms with plenty of natural light coming from large windows, which also provides beautiful views across the city.

SACE Melbourne’s academic pathway programme offers Direct Entry to selected Melbourne universities, TAFE institutions and high schools.

About Melbourne

Capital of Victoria, Melbourne is a modern and friendly city with a busy café and cosmopolitan lifestyle. Melbourne has been ranked as the best Australian city to live and is the fashion capital of Australia.

Melbourne is Australia’s second biggest city with a population of 4.25 million people. It is beautifully situated on the Yarra River and around the shores of Port Phillip Bay.

Melbourne is considered to be the cultural capital of Australia and is home to the National Gallery of Victoria and the famous open air Myer Music Bowl.

The city beaches are safe and accessible by train, tram or bus from the city centre. Melbourne hosts many international events such as the Australian Tennis Open and the annual Formula One Grand Prix. It is also the home for Australian football which is one of Australia’s most popular sports.

The city is also home to many of Australia’s well-known universities, high schools and educational institutions.


The state of Victoria offers many beautiful regions for students to visit on the weekends including the Mornington Peninsula, Yarra Valley, Phillip Island and the Great Ocean Road.

Mornington Peninsula
Perfect for a weekend escape by the sea, the Mornington Peninsula is approximately a one hour drive from Melbourne.

Yarra Valley
One of Victoria’s largest wine producing regions, the Yarra Valley is a must if you are a wine lover and enjoy good food.

Phillip Island
Only a 90 minute drive from Melbourne, Phillip Island is renown for seeing Australian wildlife such as penguins and koalas and also hosts the Australian Motocycle Grand Prix.

Great Ocean Road
Travel along the Great Ocean Road and experience one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives. See the famous Twelve Apostles and famous surf beaches.

Learn more about Victoria’s regions here: www.visitvictoria.com/regions