A Greater Community

Trinity College is more than just a school; it's a community. From Preschool to Year 12 and beyond, we share a commitment to the education, well-being and mutual support of our students.

At Trinity College, students benefit from being part of a vibrant and interconnected community. From our parent support groups to our dedicated volunteers, Trinity College has cultivated a dynamic community that enriches our students' learning experiences.

College Chapel

Students are encouraged to play an active role in the spiritual life of Trinity College. Our College Chapel is an integral part of daily life. Students, staff, parents and the general public are invited to join us in celebrations of the Christian Calendar, Eucharist Services and congregational gatherings. With a seating capacity of 400, the chapel is available to hire for special events, including weddings, baptisms, funerals and other occasions. Explore the College Chapel.

Trinity College Foundation

Through the work of the Trinity College Foundation, we are able to create a world of opportunities for all students. The Trinity College Foundation assists the College by raising vital funds for scholarships and awards for sporting teams, special programs and the College's Library and Building Funds. Donations to the Foundation over $2.00 are tax-deductible. Learn more about the difference the Trinity College Foundation can make to our students.

Old Scholars

Our Old Scholars network provides a vital link between past students and the College of today. There are many ways for past students to connect with the College, including sporting teams, reunion events, our Old Scholars Facebook group and volunteering opportunities. Find out how you can get involved.


Parents play an essential role in the governance and daily life of Trinity College. Our active Parents and Friends Committees host a range of family-friendly social gatherings and fundraising events throughout the year. Learn more about the contributions parents make to our unique community.

STARplex Recreation Centre

STARplex is our state-of-the-art recreation centre. It is a not-for-profit operation run by Trinity College to benefit the school and the broader community. Students, staff, parents and the public can enjoy a full range of fitness facilities at an affordable price while supporting the college. Check out all the STARplex facilities here.

Out of School Hours Care

We have three out of school hours care (OSHC) facilities with services available before and after school. These facilities also offer Vacation Care Programs during the school holidays with excellent daily programs on offer. Find all the details for our Out of School Hours Care programs here.

We are proud of the unique community spirit at Trinity College, and we look forward to welcoming you and your family into it.