National Sorry Day provides an opportunity for people to come together
and share the journey towards healing for the Stolen Generations,
their families and communities.
National Reconciliation Week celebrations commemorate two significant
milestones in the reconciliation journey- the anniversaries of the
successful 1967 Referendum and the High Court Mabo Decision.
The 1967 Referendum was a landmark achievement following decades of
activism by Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander &
non-indigenous people, where more than 90 percent of Australians
voted in favour of amending two sections of the Australian
On June 3 , 1992 the High Court of Australia overturned the principle
of “terra nullius” or “nobodys land” as claimed by the British when
they first arrived in this country. The decision has paved the way for
Native Title Legislation.
Due to the Covid 19 outbreak and following government guidelines to reduce the use of cash we will not be taking cash at the College. The accounts office is closed to the public while remote [...]
Dear Parents, Please click the below link to view the Arabic translation of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update For Parents. COVID-19 (coronavirus) update for parents - Arabic translation Thank you
For parents/guardians of students: Please click here to view the 2020 Student Residential Address and Other Information collection notice. Please note: It is important that the College be notified of any changes to your Child's residential address.