St Hilda’s School Gold Coast
For more than 100 years, St Hilda’s School has provided an outstanding environment for girls’ education, delivering the highest standards in teaching, boarding and pastoral care for students from Pre-Preparatory to Year 12.
The picturesque 14-hectare St Hilda’s School campus features buildings old and new, their origins dating back to 1912 and the early days of Southport.
From state-of-the-art facilities to stained-glass windows, St Hilda’s honours its heritage while providing first-class spaces designed for optimal learning, training, community and creativity.
Highlights include the Horton Building for Senior Visual Arts which won a Regional Commendation at the 2018 Queensland Architecture Awards and was shortlisted for the QLD State Architectural Awards.
Another highlight is the Centenary Wall which was created to commemorate St Hilda’s Centenary and features the names of all the students, teachers and staff who attended St Hilda’s from 1912-2012.
9am, 10am & 11am
50 minute guided tours at 9am, 10am & 11am leaving from Gate 2.
Wear smart casual clothing and closed in shoes.
Architects: Burling Brown Architects: Jennifer Reeves, Horton, Junior STEAM.
Willemsen Architecture: Centenary Wall, Turbayne Pavilion and various unknown since 1912
Images: Rix Ryan Photography