Campuses and Facilities

We have a strong commitment to creating a physical environment that is inspiring, sustainable and meets the needs of education in the 21st century.

Campuses and Facilities
Campuses and Facilities

To support the learning program, we recognise the importance of innovative facilities, inspiring resources, purpose-built spaces, sustainable building practices and a sense of connectedness across our campuses.

Carey Baptist Grammar School has four campuses: ELC to Year 6 at the Donvale campus, ELC to Year 12 at the Kew campus, our Bulleen Sports Complex and our Outdoor Education facility on the beautiful Gippsland Lakes.

Kew Campus

At the Kew campus, the Early Learning Centre and Junior, Middle and Senior Schools each have their own dedicated and purpose-built areas for learning, collaboration and play.
Kew Campus
Donvale Campus

The Donvale campus provides students from Early Learning to Year 6 with facilities that blend seamlessly with the surrounding natural, native bushland and the adjoining Mullum Creek.
Donvale Campus
Bulleen Sports Complex

Our 14-acre sports complex includes extensive outdoor spaces, indoor pools and an indoor stadium. It hosts PE classes, training, competitions, House sport events and community events.
Bulleen Sports Complex
Camp Toonallook

On the shores of Lake Victoria in the beautiful Banksia Peninsula, Camp Toonallook is a four-hectare Outdoor Education facility for challenges, activities and fun on the water and the land.
Camp Toonallook

From Early Learning to Year 12, Carey students enjoy facilities that have been purpose-built for the needs of their age group.

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ELC Donvale

Located at our Junior School campus in Donvale, our Donvale ELC offers a unique learning experience for the youngest members of our school.

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Conveniently located at our main campus in Kew, our Kew ELC students enjoy access to the School’s extensive range of facilities. 

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Junior School Donvale

Small class sizes, the beautiful native bush surroundings and a strong sense of community are the cornerstones of Junior School Donvale.

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Junior School Kew

With an inquiry-based approach to learning, Junior School Kew students are shaped into resilient, compassionate and curious young learners.

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Middle School

Middle School is a time of discovery and exploration, and our facilities are build to support this and enhance student growth and development.

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Senior School

The facilities in our Senior School are state-of-the-art and designed to prepare students for tertiary studies and the world beyond school.

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Outdoor Education

Our main Outdoor Education facility is Camp Toonallook, but our students also have opportunities to visit locations across Victoria and Australia.

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The Kew and Bulleen Sports Complexes provide students with a vast amount of space to keep active, find balance and follow their sporting passions.

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Performing Arts

Expansive Performing Arts facilities and access to a wide range of resources enhance the music and theatre experiences for all students at Carey.

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Art and Design

Our newly opened Art Gallery embodies Carey’s commitment to the arts, and is an endpoint for the creations made in our art and design studios.

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Carey has four well-resourced libraries which provide space for study, discovery and recreation in class, on breaks and outside of school hours.

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As a space for services, classes and quiet reflection, the William Carey Chapel is an iconic, heritage-listed feature of our Kew campus landscape.

Announcing our 2023 Carey Medallist: Hugh van Cuylenburg (1998)
Announcing our 2023 Carey Medallist: Hugh van Cuylenburg (1998)
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