The Berwick Campus was established in 2003. The campus overlooks the townships of Berwick and Beaconsfield and has quickly become an iconic local landmark.
The Berwick Campus boasts magnificent modern facilities for academic, cultural and sporting activities. Such facilities include:
- Purpose-built Senior School
- Lecture Theatre with video conferencing facilities
- Sporting facilities which include a multi-purpose stadium with indoor double courts and aerobics and weights room
- Food Technology Centre
- Outdoor multi-purpose courts and running track
- Performing Arts Auditorium
- Full wireless networking
- Coffee Shop
- Fully equipped Junior School with interactive whiteboards
- Modern Library facilities with extensive reference materials
- Cutting-edge Visual Arts Centre
- Multimedia services throughout most classrooms
- State-of-the-art Science and Technology Centres
Transport to and from campus
The Beaconhills bus service travels to and from suburbs including: Cockatoo, Emerald, Belgrave, Rowville, Narre Warren North, Narre Warren South and Berwick. Information regarding the appropriate bus arrangements, costs and availability of transportation is available from the Beaconhills Bus Coordinator at the Berwick Campus.
Via the Pakenham Line. Beaconsfield Station is approximately 800 metres from the Berwick Campus. Berwick Station is approximately 1.3 kms from the campus.
Development at Berwick Campus
The new $3.9 million Technology Centre on the north-east section of the Campus opened last year, representing the final stage of the Berwick Campus Master Plan.
The centre features a large, central learning space where students can build and display their work, two workshops, a Systems room and Textiles and Design room. It brings classes in Product Design, Systems Engineering and Fashion and Textiles under one roof, building on the College’s gold class reputation in technology subjects.
We recognise the importance of investing in technology programs and our facilities and equipment – such as an industry-standard $40,000 laser cutter – gives students interested in technology careers the best possible head-start.
Campus tours are a great way to discover more about Beaconhills College and the unique environment of each campus.
Tours of the Berwick Campus are led by the Headmaster and offer families the opportunity to speak with teachers and observe the students as they learn.
For more information about campus tours please contact Reception.
92 Kangan Drive
Berwick. Victoria 3806.
How to get there
From Melbourne, travel south-east along the Monash Freeway (M1), then take the second Berwick exit – Clyde Road (C101). Turn left onto Clyde Road and proceed north for 550m, turning right at Kangan Drive. Travel 1.3 km and Beaconhills College is located on the left.