In the heart of South Yarra, surrounded by Melbourne’s prestigious cultural, sporting and arts facilities and steps away from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne Girls Grammar is easily accessible by major metropolitan train, tram and bus route services.
Melbourne Girls Grammar boasts outstanding facilities across two purpose-built and thoughtfully designed campuses.
State-of-the-art technology, flexible learning spaces and special interest centres allow our girls to explore our contemporary curriculum freely, in support of their learning and development.
Heritage in appearance, innovative in practice, Merton Hall is equipped with a chapel, wellbeing centre, library, specialist Art, Drama and Science Centres, assembly hall, dining hall, multipurpose sports fields and a rowing facility located nearby on the banks of the Yarra River.
Our Middle Years girls in Years 5 and 6 learn at Wildfell, which was commissioned in 2011. It features learning studios with networked environments for agile and contemporary learning experiences.
Early Learning Centre
The Barbara Tolson Early Learning Centre at Merton Hall features beautiful and stimulating learning environments for our 3 year old and 4 year old girls. Guided by ‘intentional learning’ principles, every aspect of the space is considered to spark curiosity in the world and what it has to offer.
The Boarding House is also at Merton Hall Campus.
The Artemis Centre hosts a 25-metre swimming pool, exceptional wellbeing environments and Gymnastics classes, Learn-to-Swim, Swimming Club and Holiday Clinic programs.
Our Junior Years Program is located at our Morris Hall campus at 100 Caroline Street in South Yarra. It is a five-minute walk from Merton Hall.
The environment is architecturally designed to promote wonder, possibility and challenge for students of the 21st century.
We also believe in outdoor learning, connecting our girls to the natural world around them.
The Chapel of St Luke
The spiritual heart of Melbourne Girls Grammar, the Chapel of St Luke was originally built as an Assembly Hall in 1917 and was consecrated in 1967.
Opportunities to nurture faith and spirituality and to reflect on day-to-day life, our School’s progress and a greater understanding of our collective achievements, make Chapel Services an integral and much-loved part of the students’ routine.
Services of thanksgiving and praise during Community Time, and special services of Confirmation, the induction of the Student Representative Council, and the regular celebrations of Christmas and Easter all occur in the Chapel of St Luke, marking its centrality to school life.
The Chapel of St Luke continues to be a special place of worship and thanksgiving for the MGGS community of current and past students and is a place of celebration and solace for Old Grammarians at times of baptism, marriage and bereavement.
Current and past Melbourne Girls Grammar students and their families are most welcome to contact the School Chaplain to discuss having the Anglican services of Baptism, Marriage and Funerals in the Chapel of St Luke.