Worawa Aboriginal College provides a holistic education and boarding experience for young Aboriginal women in the middle years of schooling (Years 7-12) who come from Aboriginal communities in urban, regional and remote Australia.

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COVID-19 Advice
Coronavirus

On Sunday 22 March, the Premier announced additional steps to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), including bringing forward the school holidays in Victoria to commence from Tuesday 24 March. Worawa will provide updates to the College community relating to government decisions on schools’ operation.

Sandra Bardas Art Gallery Closure

We wish to advise that the Sandra Bardas Art Gallery, situated on the grounds of Worawa Aboriginal College, 60-80 Barak Lane, Healesville, has ceased operation. The closure is effective immediately. Work is being undertaken to repurpose the space to create an Aboriginal Resource Centre to focus on Aboriginal History and Culture.

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What’s new at Worawa…

Presentation Day 2020

On Presentation Day we acknowledge and reward the achievement of our students and we extend an invitation to the Worawa community, friends and supporters to join us in this celebration. 2020 was a year like no other. We had cause to celebrate the resilience, strength and adaptability of the girls who engaged in distance-education and those who returned to the College to complete Term 4. The 2020 Keynote address is by former Worawa student Angela Bates.

Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2020

Term 4 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Rose's story, Presentation Day 2020, heywire competition and more.

Worawa Term 3 Newsletter 2020

Term 3 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa community outreach, health and wellbeing, boarding house operations and more.

2020 Indigenous Guernsey

A proud Nyarinyin Pitjantjantjara and Yankuntjantjara woman Justine Ronberg, a former Worawa Aboriginal College student, entered a school competition in early 2019, with hopes of creating a piece of artwork that would be forever be etched in Hawthorn's history.

Worawa Term 2 Newsletter 2020

Term 2 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa's changing landscape, artwork opening doors, distance learning, Australian Girls Choir and more

Worawa Term 1 Newsletter 2020

Term 1 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa model of wellbeing, girl head home, building progress, civics and citizenship and more

Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2019

Term 4 Newsletter 2019 now available for download. Presentation Day, Wadeye family celebrate graduation, sports academy, cultures without borders and more
Presentation Day 2019

Presentation Day 2019

The 2019 school year is coming to its conclusion and we are preparing to celebrate the achievements of our students throughout the year. We invite you to join with us in this celebration on our Presentation Day with our Key Note Speaker, Nova Peris OAM.

Presentation Day 2020

On Presentation Day we acknowledge and reward the achievement of our students and we extend an invitation to the Worawa community, friends and supporters to join us in this celebration. 2020 was a year like no other. We had cause to celebrate the resilience, strength and adaptability of the girls who engaged in distance-education and those who returned to the College to complete Term 4. The 2020 Keynote address is by former Worawa student Angela Bates.

Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2020

Term 4 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Rose's story, Presentation Day 2020, heywire competition and more.

Worawa Term 3 Newsletter 2020

Term 3 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa community outreach, health and wellbeing, boarding house operations and more.

2020 Indigenous Guernsey

A proud Nyarinyin Pitjantjantjara and Yankuntjantjara woman Justine Ronberg, a former Worawa Aboriginal College student, entered a school competition in early 2019, with hopes of creating a piece of artwork that would be forever be etched in Hawthorn's history.

Worawa Term 2 Newsletter 2020

Term 2 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa's changing landscape, artwork opening doors, distance learning, Australian Girls Choir and more

Worawa Term 1 Newsletter 2020

Term 1 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa model of wellbeing, girl head home, building progress, civics and citizenship and more

Presentation Day 2020

On Presentation Day we acknowledge and reward the achievement of our students and we extend an invitation to the Worawa community, friends and supporters to join us in this celebration. 2020 was a year like no other. We had cause to celebrate the resilience, strength and adaptability of the girls who engaged in distance-education and those who returned to the College to complete Term 4. The 2020 Keynote address is by former Worawa student Angela Bates.

Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2020

Term 4 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Rose's story, Presentation Day 2020, heywire competition and more.

Worawa Term 3 Newsletter 2020

Term 3 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa community outreach, health and wellbeing, boarding house operations and more.

2020 Indigenous Guernsey

A proud Nyarinyin Pitjantjantjara and Yankuntjantjara woman Justine Ronberg, a former Worawa Aboriginal College student, entered a school competition in early 2019, with hopes of creating a piece of artwork that would be forever be etched in Hawthorn's history.

Worawa Term 2 Newsletter 2020

Term 2 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa's changing landscape, artwork opening doors, distance learning, Australian Girls Choir and more

Worawa Term 1 Newsletter 2020

Term 1 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa model of wellbeing, girl head home, building progress, civics and citizenship and more

Presentation Day 2020

On Presentation Day we acknowledge and reward the achievement of our students and we extend an invitation to the Worawa community, friends and supporters to join us in this celebration. 2020 was a year like no other. We had cause to celebrate the resilience, strength and adaptability of the girls who engaged in distance-education and those who returned to the College to complete Term 4. The 2020 Keynote address is by former Worawa student Angela Bates.

Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2020

Term 4 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Rose's story, Presentation Day 2020, heywire competition and more.

Worawa Term 3 Newsletter 2020

Term 3 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa community outreach, health and wellbeing, boarding house operations and more.

2020 Indigenous Guernsey

A proud Nyarinyin Pitjantjantjara and Yankuntjantjara woman Justine Ronberg, a former Worawa Aboriginal College student, entered a school competition in early 2019, with hopes of creating a piece of artwork that would be forever be etched in Hawthorn's history.

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