466 Punt Road
466 Punt Road

A key to unlocking the future of girls’ education

It provides the key to realising considered learning, teaching and recreational spaces at the School’s Anderson and Caroline Street campuses. The acquisition is the first step on the path to achieve our strategic development framework.

Melbourne Girls Grammar Council and the School’s Executive are pleased to announce the successful acquisition of 466 Punt Road, Glenhope.

After considerable consultation, investigation and assessment this strategic acquisition, provides enormous flexibility that’s pivotal in enabling the School to “unlock the campus” and our vision for the future of girls’ education. 

Glenhope is an historical building in the style of some of our heritage buildings on Anderson Street Hill. With a colourful past dating from 1887, former owners include the Paxton family, the Warsaw Jewish Committee, the Australian Jewish Welfare and Relief Agency, and more recently, the Millswyn Clinic. Its next chapter, in the hands of the School, is currently being discussed with the Stonnington City Council.

While it is not intended that academic programs will be conducted from this site, Glenhope enables administrative functions and services to be relocated to this property.

This will free up space on the main campuses for enhanced learning and teaching and will create easy access for our community to our parent-facing services during working hours.

This acquisition is a milestone in the history of MGGS and a key to unlocking the future of girls’ education.

Dr Toni E. Meath, Principal