Geelong Grammar School provides our students with truly world class facilities for learning, co-curriculum and sport. All of our campuses are blessed with specialist, purpose-built facilities for specific year levels and curriculum areas, including modern libraries, music schools and multi-media centres.

One of the defining characteristics of our School is the extent of space we enjoy, particularly our Middle School, Timbertop (Year 9) and Senior School campuses, which cover a combined area of approximately 550 hectares. Having such space allows us to create a unique learning and living environment for our students.

Isolated and private, our Timbertop campus is more than two kilometres from the nearest public road, with facilities (including a vineyard and fully functioning farm) spread across the gentle hills of a secluded valley in the heart of the Victorian High Country.

Our Middle School (Years 5 to 8) and Senior School (Years 10 to 11) campuses are situated on over 245 hectares on the edge of Corio Bay, providing ample room to move and freedom to grow. Historic buildings, like The Chapel of All Saints and the War Memorial Cloisters, sit comfortably alongside more modern additions, including the innovative Handbury Centre for Wellbeing.

The Toorak Campus is an innovative campus that features open-plan learning environments and state-of-the-art facilities.  This includes the Glamorgan Centre which houses a Science laboratory, Gymnasium (Isabel McComas Hall) and Art, Music, Drama and Dance learning spaces.  The Toorak Wellbeing Centre caters for the whole community with a focus on wellbeing activities and healthy living. It includes a 25-metre pool, beginners pool, fully equipped Nutrition Centre to facilitate a Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden programme and multi-purpose community and classroom spaces.  The Children’s Garden and Coulter library are spaces that are enjoyed both during and out of class time.  There are also a range of play and sporting spaces including the Adventure Playground, tennis and netball courts, undercover play space, the Baillieu Field and a thoughtfully designed dry creek bed and bamboo forest creative play space for Prep and Year 1 students.

Bostock House is a Heritage-listed building in the leafy Geelong suburb of Newtown. It is home to the beautiful Austin Library, a double teaching room for music and Special Education Centre. The purpose-built classrooms and art rooms, art room and multi-purpose room border the play area, creating a nurturing and secure space for children to play and learn.