Facilities

Trinity College has built state-of-the-art facilities over 34 years, including modern comfortable classrooms surrounded by landscaped grounds.

Set in the outskirts of Gawler, at Evanston South, the local paddocks provide a rural back drop and a unique learning environment for our students.

Each school has plenty of room to move; the North and South schools are located on 100 acres and, Blakeview and Gawler River are situated on over 20 acres each. There are tennis courts, cricket ovals, soccer pitches, a variety of playgrounds, shade cloths, rotundas, BBQ areas, a working vineyard and farm, interactive whiteboards abound, drama centre, multi-purpose halls, catering rooms, art galleries, College Chapel, libraries, technology centres and computer hubs, AV rooms, change rooms, canteens, Wi-Fi across the sites, designated student car parking, indoor cricket facility, an equestrian centre and purpose built Trade Training Centre.

The Pavilion opened in 2017 and is home to our old scholar sporting clubs. A new certified hockey pitch will be ready for action in 2019.

At the Gawler site is STARplex which boasts a four court stadium, two indoor swimming pools, full gymnasium, café, a first class theatre and various conference rooms. The facility also offers numerous sports, training, arts and recreation services in a unique mix of quality facilities under the one roof. STARplex is home to STARstore, the one stop shop for College uniforms, swimwear, fitness clothing and gifts. Current parents receive discounts on a variety of programs on offer at STARplex.

Currently under construction and opening in 2020 is the Trinity College Innovation and Creativity School which will provide a 360 degree projection room, virtual and augmented reality and interactive technology, advanced robotics opportunities, lecture theatre and gallery spaces, art, design, ICT, film making and animation laboratories, university enabled teaching spaces and more.

The College has on its doorstep 535 acres of natural bushland purchased in 1994, the Blackham Environmental and Conservation Centre. This unique natural setting has on site toilets, water and shelter that assist staff and students when undertaking excursions to this property.