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St Patrick's College is situated on approximately 16 hectares (39 acres) in Prospect, a suburb of the city of Launceston in Tasmania. With over 1500 day students it is the largest school accommodating Years 7 through to 12 in Tasmania.

Our students and staff enjoy excellent facilities that enhance the education experience and add to the feeling of community that we pride ourselves on. Examples of the facilities on offer include:

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  • Administration Wing - Offices and Reception
  • Brandon Wing - Staffroom, Media, Learning Support Centre
  • Home Economics Block (including the Shamrock Room) - Cooking and Catering
  • Guilford Theatre - Performing Arts/Music Centre
  • Guilford Arts Centre and Gallery - Arts, Painting, Ceramics and Photography
  • Wilding Wing - Middle School
  • Tennis Courts, Netball Courts (plexi-pave), Astro Turf
  • D'Arcy Wing - Language and General Science
  • Gowans Room - Dance
  • Williams Wing - Materials and Design Technology
  • Barrett Wing - Gymnasium and Pool - Health and Physical Education
  • Flood Wing - Biology and General Science
  • Chemistry and Physics Block
  • Edmund Rice Centre - Mathematics, Study Room and Common Room for Senior Students, Offices
  • Brady Wing - Senior Learning Rooms
  • Acquaculture - Trade Training Centre
  • Howe IT Centre - Information Technology
  • Tenison Woods Centre - O'Halloran and Marian Wings - Middle School (Years 7 and 8)
  • Mary MacKillop Library - Non-fiction and Fiction, Study Area, Tutorial Rooms and Publishing Centre
  • Croagh Patrick - Year 9 Facility (off Peel Street)
  • Ovals - three main areas for PE, Fotball, Soccer, Softball and Cricket

The College also has its own Canteen and Clothing Store and provides ample car parking for staff and senior students along with bus shelter facilities.

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As well as the above learning and pastoral facilities, there are ample spaces provided for health and sporting development; students and staff have opportunity to participate and represent the College in swimming, cricket, softball, rowing, tennis, soccer, football, hockey, cross-country and athletics. Recent opportunities have also been available in equestrian, sailing and surfing competitions.