Additional Information


The school is part of a small to medium sized country community of approximately 5000 people. The students come from a diverse range of family employment backgrounds including farming, fishing, retail, commercial and paper manufacturing.

The town of Millicent is the largest centre but students also come from the smaller neighbouring towns of Mt Burr, Rendelsham, Southend, Beachport, Tantanoola and surrounding farms.

There is a wide diversity in the socio- economic background of students. For example, there are students from families reliant upon social security, students who live on farms, students where parents work shift work at Kimberly Clark Paper Mills and students of parents who are self-employed and or professional.

Parent Involvement

Feeder Schools

Other local care and educational facilities

There are 2 preschools and one child care centre operating in Millicent.

Commercial/industrial and shopping facilities

Other local facilities

There are excellent medical and dental facilities available including a local hospital.

Availability of staff housing

There is a reasonable stock of Government Employee housing together with Private Sector houses, units and flats.

Sporting and Recreational facilities

The community has a strong sporting life with active clubs including football, softball, baseball, croquet, hockey, tennis, cricket, squash, bowls, pony club, basketball, clay target shooting, gliding, soccer, netball, badminton, gym. There is a highly acclaimed golf course which is rated as one of the best country courses in the nation. Water skiing, sailing, diving, fishing and other water sports are available close by.

Public Transport Access