Brisbane Campus – Gregory Terrace
The School’s main campus at Gregory Terrace Spring Hill is located on the edge of the CBD and is easily accessible by public transport. Parking can be found at a range of locations close to the school, though no on-site parking is available. Click here to view parking options.
A programme of ongoing enhancement continues to improve the physical and virtual infrastructures of our campuses. The most recent building project is the Research Learning Centre, officially opened in March 2015 to coincide with the 140Year Anniversary of our School and the introduction of Year 7.
In 2007 the $25m, six-level Cherrell Hirst Creative Learning Centre opened to acclaim from both architects and educationalists winning several awards including the prestigious Sir Zelman Cowan Award for public architecture.
In 2009 a new 25 metre suspended swimming pool and multi-purpose covered area were completed, creating an exciting expanded sporting hub. The Gehrmann Building, constructed in 1986, was significantly transformed in 2011. The fifteen newly configured classrooms allow for easy transition from small group learning to lecture style presentations. Enhanced wireless and laptop facilities ensure superior connectivity throughout the building.
Click on the image below to take a virtual tour of the Campus, or download a Brisbane Campus Map. For some Google Chrome users, you may need to enable click on the grey shield in the top right corner your browser to enable the virtual tour.
Marrapatta Campus – Memorial Outdoor Education Centre
The School operates a dedicated Outdoor Education Centre from a second campus in the Mary Valley at Imbil, approximately two hours drive north of Brisbane. The Outdoor Education Programme encourages girls to set personal goals, to meet personal challenges and to gain a greater appreciation for the environment.
Rangakarra Recreational and Environmental Education Centre at Fig Tree Pocket
In 2013, Brisbane Girls Grammar School acquired a thirteen hectare site in Sprenger Street, Fig Tree Pocket, comprising two cricket ovals and two fields, which together can be configured to create six playing fields. It is twelve kilometres from the CBD. The site was officially named Rangakarra Recreational and Environmental Education Centre on 23 May 2015 and the Main Field was renamed the Daphne Welch (1949) Oval in honour of past student and sporting legend Mrs Daphne Pirie (Welch) MBE, AO.
Rangakarra is the home ground for sports such as hockey, cricket and touch and is used for other sport training sessions and environmental initiatives such as the Grammar Goes Green rehabilitation project. Download a Rangakarra campus map or directions to Rangakarra. Below is a virtual tour of the grounds and a short video depicting the setting of the campus.