Exercise and physical activity have always played a central role in the education of boys. The Park, located five-minutes’ walk from the main College campus, was purchased in 1893, and has since been developed into first-class playing fields. The same desire for healthy outdoor activity led to the acquisition of a rowing shed on a nearby arm of the harbour, Tarban Creek, and later, the College was one of the first schools in Sydney to provide an Olympic pool in the main grounds. It has been replaced by a state-of-the-art Aquatic and Fitness Centre which was officially opened in 2022.

The College’s highly acclaimed facilities include eight rugby fields, two football fields, eight high-quality tennis courts, indoor and outdoor basketball courts and cricket nets, five turf and six artificial cricket wickets, a swimming pool and fully drained 400-metre running track, a well-equipped rowing shed, and weights and cardio gymnasiums.


Senior School College St, Darlinghurst
Tel: (02) 9361 6910
In school grounds College Street basketball courts
Off campus locations

Brand Oval, Gallie Oval and McKay Ovals 1-5:Grand Drive (near Loch Ave), Centennial Park

Cook and Phillip, cnr William and College St, Sydney (in front of St Mary’s Cathedral) – VOLLEYBALL

Moore Park, near Kippax Lake – FOOTBALL

Weigall Grounds, New South Head Rd, Rushcutters Bay


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