Centrally located on Sydney’s North Shore, approximately 10km from Sydney’s CBD (near the junction of major road and train routes), our well appointed 1.9 hectare campus is camouflaged amid tranquil, established tree-lined avenues of federation style homes and parks.
Over 90 percent of families live within a 10km radius of the College, making Roseville College truly part of its local community.
The College is situated within a 10 minute walk from the Roseville Train Station on the North Shore line, making the College an easy rail commute for families living on the Upper and Lower North Shore. The College also has the advantage of being near the junction of major arterial roads for bus and private transport northward (Archbold Road and Pacific Highway) and southward (Pacific Highway, Fullers Road, Archer Street, Penshurst Street, Boundary Road and Eastern Valley Way).
Apart from being among NSW’s top girls’ schools, the College is also the nearest girls’ school on the North Shore for those travelling across the Roseville Bridge (via Warringah Road and Boundary Street). Positioned near the junction of major arterial roads, and in the neighbouring suburb to the busy shopping hub of Chatswood, the College’s many students from this area commute daily along Warringah Road by bus or private transport.
Harbour and Riverside Suburbs
Roseville College is among the preferred choices for girls’ schools for families in this area. With straight-forward routes along Mowbray Road, Pacific Highway and Fullers Road, our many students in this area commute daily by train (North Shore Line), bus or private transport. With the School’s rowing team often seen on Lane Cove River, many also enjoy an extra special sense of community.
New to Your Suburb?
Welcome! Roseville College families live all across the local area and, as a new family to our school, we can help you find the best transport routes and put you in touch with other families in your neighbourhood. Of course, Roseville College has a range of social events and other opportunities that also help you meet others in the school community. We encourage you to visit us and experience our quiet, yet accessible campus for yourself.