Since 1967 Trinity College has been located on 18 hectares on the edge of the peaceful suburb of Elliminyt, south of Colac township. The campus maximises the area with spacious buildings and classrooms, versatile common areas and excellent facilities for diverse learning offerings.

Playing fields and a running track provide top-notch training and competition areas for our athletes; a 200-seat auditorium with dance, drama and music practice and rehearsal rooms cater for our performing arts, and extensive studios offer visual arts students with practical and inspiring spaces to achieve their creative personal excellence. The College also offers well-equipped woodwork workshops and science labs, a library with plenty of inspirational and functional areas and activities and a state-of-the-art media studio with everything necessary to create multi-media masterpieces.

Our St Joseph's Library is located in the thriving Resource Centre, which is a supportive, positive and welcoming place for learning, reading, studying, recreation, socialising, IT support and Careers and Pathways advice. Open from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, the Resource Centre is a fantastic place for students to catch up with study before and after school.

The College Canteen is open every day during breaks and offers a comfortable area for students to enjoy their lunch and snacks out of inclement weather.

Almost every aspect of the College looks out over the agricultural learning area with paddocks dotted with livestock – a wonderful reminder of our rural location and connection to the farming community.

With a campus history dating back to 1967, the Trinity College 10-year plan is focussed on updating some of our older buildings and adding to our facilities to continue to provide the best learning and social environment for our students to make a difference.