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Trinity Campus

Trinity College is set on the banks of the beautiful Swan River in East Perth. Trinity has its origins in the Christian Brothers’ College (CBC), St George‘s Terrace, Perth, founded in 1894. In 1962 CBC Perth relocated to our present East Perth location, and was renamed as Trinity College. Our campus continues to evolve and grow.

picnic table on banks of swan river
grassy field with building in backgroun
trinity college sports centre
 

We invite you to book a personal tour of our campus and see all that Trinity has to offer. Please click here to view our virtual tour.

For a more detailed look into the long and rich history of the Trinity College campus, please click here.


Camp Kelly

Camp Kelly is Trinity’s Outdoor Education Centre, located on a magnificent property situated seven kilometres south of the town of Dwellingup, WA.

boys in rafts in river
boys standing in the forest
 

The camp backs on to State forest and is close to the Murray River.

The planning, building and establishment of Camp Kelly was only due to the dedication of many Trinity families and Old Boys who worked together and gave their services freely to create this educational centre which is enjoyed by all Trinity students.

 


Waterford Playing Fields

In 1965 the Christian Brothers granted 40 acres of Clontarf land to Trinity College for playing fields.

white and blue sign that reads Trinity College

This land was developed into the College’s sports complex and was instrumental in Trinity being invited into the Public Schools’ Association (PSA) in 1967 and becoming a member in 1968.

The road on which you enter the Waterford Playing Fields is called St Georges Terrace, the original address of the Christian Brothers’ College, Perth.

 


 

Waterbank Development

As our campus evolves, it is exciting to see that the environment surrounding Trinity College is also undergoing a makeover. We hope that the link below will provide further information concerning the proposed developments.

Waterbank Subdivision

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