Our students and staff enjoy modern facilities in an inspiring 50 acre bush setting, only 7km from the Ballarat CBD. We are committed to providing a safe and sustainable environment, cared for by all.

Our Flexible Learning Spaces

Comprising fourteen spacious, light-filled and modern classrooms that allow for flexible learning and group activities.

Comprising ten contemporary classrooms with a layout aimed at stimulating collaborative and flexible learning.

A four-storey building comprising eighteen classrooms and a Year 12 common room, situated adjacent to the open bushland with an inspiring view over the western region of Ballarat.

Situated in the Year 9 and 10 Building 7, providing an intimate space for worship and regularly used for Religious Education classes, liturgy and prayer.

Situated in the heart of the College, easily accessible to students before and after school or during recess and lunchtime, comprising a number of learning spaces, from open areas for reading to smaller rooms for group work.

A 150-seat performing arts space, used for drama classes, annual College productions and other performance events (the College also has another drama classroom, two music rooms and several private tuition rooms).

Comprising two larger music rooms and two smaller instrumental tuition rooms, all sound proofed.

Boasting six modern science laboratories, facilitating general and specialist science classes across all year levels.

  • Two large food technology rooms with eight kitchens
  • Woodwork rooms
  • Electronics and engineering room
  • Metalwork rooms
  • Photography space
  • Arts, Studio Arts and Visual Communications spaces
  • Textiles rooms
  • Oval with two soccer pitches and area for playing AFL
  • Four all-weather netball/tennis courts
  • John Shannon Centre, an indoor gymnasium with two full-size basketball courts
  • Outdoor gym with mulitple stations to suit all abilities

A large event and examination space to seat 250-400 guests, with a fully equipped commercial kitchen.

Used to design and build energy-efficient vehicles.

To service all students and staff on campus.

An 800-metre biodiversity walking trail.

A 240-metre bush walking trail commemorating past students, staff and sponsors of Damascus and our foundation colleges, culminating in a sharing circle.

Used for horticulture classes.


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