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Norman Morrison Memorial Hall and the Cricket Pavilion, circa 1929. (Gough Album)

Norman Morrison Memorial Hall and the Cricket Pavilion, circa 1929. (Gough Album)



Watch and Listen to the Concert version of the Geelong College School Song, 'Sic itur ad astra'.

Read about our Collegians who served in World War I (1914-1918)

Watch the Head of the River, 1957

Listen to 'Our Albert', Keith McNaughton's tribute to Albert Bell.

Watch Geelong College Football, and if you are quick, the Aphrasia St Tram, circa 1947.

Read the Jubilee History of The Geelong College, published in 1911.
Read the Centenary History of The Geelong College, published in 1961.
Read the Sesquicentenary History, 'The Way to the Stars', published in 2011.

Go to Morongo Presbyterian Girls' College Pages.
Go to The Geelong College Recent Obituaries Lists.





The Heritage Guide to The Geelong College, compiled and edited by Con Lannan, is designed as a populist guide to historic information about the life, events and people of The Geelong College.

Subject coverage is both wide and diverse and includes entries for activities, associations, awards and prizes, buildings, memorials, location and place names, people, publications, sports and other related information. Biographical entries include former students of the School, staff members and significant individuals associated with the School.

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View north-east from the rear of the Geelong College in about 1921.

View north-east from the rear of the Geelong College in about 1921.

Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies with Preparatory School students at Geelong College after the opening of the Science Centre in 1964.

Prime Minister, Sir Robert Menzies with Preparatory School students
at Geelong College after the opening of the Science Centre in 1964.





Pipe Band at Preparatory School, 1973

Pipe Band at Preparatory School, 1973

Festival Day at the Preparatory School, 1982.

Festival Day at the Preparatory School, 1982.



































Cadet Drummers, 1936 (J Bechervaise)

Cadet Drummers, 1936 (J Bechervaise)

Cadet Parade, 1969 (Stewart)

Cadet Parade, 1969 (Stewart)










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