The campus is located on Hay Street in the central business district in East Perth.
It is not far from Kings Park, one of the largest inner-city parks in the world, and the Swan River, where students can take a ferry to other locations around the city.
The Perth campus will be offering postgraduate courses for students looking to build upon their existing undergraduate degree or wanting to take their career in a new direction.
Research Anchor Hocking glassware to become familiar with the types of glassware and patterns the company produced, and the markings it used on its products.
The maker's mark changed over time, which can be a helpful in identifying Anchor Hocking glassware and the approximate manufacture date.
The Anchor Hocking symbol of an "H" with an anchor was also used.
Other companies made glassware in some similar colors and patterns, and reproductions are on the market today.
Collectors on the hunt for authentic Anchor Hocking pieces must know how to identify original Anchor Hocking glassware.
Sellers are more likely to be offering authentic items if they provide detailed photographs of each item, are up-front about any defects, offer a satisfaction guarantee and have a solid reputation with past buyers.
Use an Internet search engine and type in "Fake Fire King" or "Reproduction Anchor Hocking" to find articles explaining how to spot glassware that isn't authentic.