Deeper Water, Deeper Learning at Hills Grammar

Hills Grammar

As a Pre-K to 12 school on one campus, Hills Grammar provides the unique opportunity to travel smoothly through each stage of the educational journey. While each stage of learning and teaching has unique qualities, Hills Grammar teachers meet regularly as a whole faculty to share ideas and experiences to achieve a longer-term view of […]

Service to the Community Builds Character

Northholm Grammar

Embedded in Northholm Grammar’s educational philosophy are the core pillars of Learning through Scholarship, Caring for Self and Others, Living a Faithful life and Contributing to the Community. These pillars create the framework which builds the development of character in our students. Students are encouraged to serve others, to find purpose and are instilled with […]

The Next Generation of Duke of ED

Duke of Ed

Galston High School has a long association with the Duke of Edinburgh Award, having guided countless students through the program to unlock their personal best. Duke of Ed is a regular and popular feature of the school’s extracurricular activities bringing students together to challenge themselves in new and exciting ways. The next generation of Galston […]

The Centre is the Home of Summer Netball

Summer Netball

While outdoor summer netball competitions are always popular during the winter months, The Centre in Dural is the place to play netball throughout the Summer season! Players nominate their own team, so you can enjoy playing with your friends year-round. Or sign your outdoor team up to stay connected over Summer and continue to improve […]

Another Successful Carnival!


Monday 22nd June Dural Country Club Bowling Club held their second Living Choice 3 bowl triples Carnival. The day started with the greens being covered in a heavy fog, which soon lifted and the day turning into perfect 24 degrees conditions for bowling. 28 teams – a total of 84 bowlers participated, later enjoying a […]

News From History Cottage

Interest in our local history was certainly evident at our July gathering. Over sixty members and friends heard guest speaker, Rhonda Ramsey, tell the story of her home” Mount Orient” in Berrilee. For over 130 years the occupants of this stone house, have played significant roles in different aspects of the life of our community and […]