Principal’s Message | Dr Michael Carroll

 Dear members of the Terrace Family,

Welcome to Week 2. I trust that you and your families have settled into the routine of the term.  The series of shorter weeks provides some pleasant respite, but at the same time, the shorter weeks certainly put pressure on people to ensure that five days of work is completed within four days.  Despite this, the extra Monday holidays are very enjoyable.

Yesterday we completed the second round of Parent/Teacher interviews using the Teams format.  I trust that the experience was a positive one. We are, however, always looking at ways in which we can improve the experience for all involved.  A survey will be circulated shortly, seeking your thoughts on the day of interviews on the first Monday of the term.  Please provide any feedback via the survey.

This week will see Academic Mentoring occurring during Pastoral Care classes and House Assembly.  This important process allows your son and his PC teacher to connect, review Term 1 results and potentially, set goals for Term 2.  During the first week of this term, the College Leadership Team spoke to all year levels during year level assemblies.  Amongst my comments, I challenged each student to improve on one aspect of their Term 1 results.  If each student can build upon their Term 1 achievements, it will certainly set a platform for a positive Term 2 and contribute to a successful academic journey.

Tomorrow I will have the privilege of attending the 2021 TLG Mothers’ High Tea.  This is always a special event, and I thank the TLG for their work in ensuring the success of the day.  It is wonderful to experience the strong sense of community always on show at this event and to witness the opportunities for our new mothers to connect with each other and the wider Terrace Family.

Next Tuesday, the College, in conjunction with the Old Boys, will host the 2021 Career Expo where a number of Old Boys will share their study and career experiences during the afternoon. The event provides an excellent opportunity for students to hear first-hand about a range of career options, as well as tertiary study opportunities.  While the Career Expo is potentially more relevant to students in Years 11 and 12, I encourage all students to attend and listen to the valuable insights shared by our Old Boys.

The Term 2 co-curricular program continues this weekend with our first home game against Brisbane State High School.  I do remind families that it is a requirement that all visitors to our sporting venues, including Tennyson and the Victoria Park tennis courts, check in using the EVA app.  QR codes will be available at all venue entrance points, and I would ask that you please complete the process prior to entry.  This year, unlike 2020, spectators can stay and support all teams competing, including the First teams.  Student spectators are permitted and are required to be in full school uniform, including white shirts, blazers and red caps for all First’s games.

Last week I learned of the passing of Ollie Collins (GT 2011).  Ollie was a young man of great courage and resilience.  Although he battled a physical disability, he was committed to his Terrace journey and was a trailblazer and model for other Gentlemen of Terrace, including those current students with physical disabilities.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Ollie’s family at this time of sadness.

Have a great week.

God Bless.

Deputy Principal | Mr Damien Fall

Our first round of Parent/Teacher interviews for the year has now concluded, and we acknowledge the efforts of our teaching staff. We often speak of the importance of the relationship between school and home, and this partnership becomes particularly evident at this time. The interviews are not just about the 10-minute blocks of dialogue; they are a chance to reflect on students' effort, supported by staff and family, over the previous term. I trust that our families received the important feedback and strategies required as we move forward. By way of statistics, more than 4200 interviews were conducted via Teams across the two dates. Our most in-demand teachers were fully booked, completing more than 65 interviews during this time. Shortly, parents and caregivers will receive a survey to ask for your feedback about the interview process. We have some decisions to make about how we conduct this important process in the future, and your input will assist us in developing these plans.

Terrace is a large College with a significant number of staff. There is regular movement of staff that we need to accommodate. In the early weeks of this term, Mr Werner Botha, Mr Dwayne Hoy and Mr Stewart Webb will all take short periods of leave for various reasons. The College wishes these teachers well. We have arranged suitably qualified and experienced teachers to replace them during their absence. Last Friday, Ms Kate-Aubrey Rees resigned from her position as a teacher of Art and RE for personal reasons. We thank Kate for her contribution and wish her the very best in the future. The College is in the process of recruiting for this position as quickly as possible.

Open Day will be held on Monday 10 May from 3.30-6pm, and planning is well underway. The pandemic prevented us from holding this event last year, so we look forward to welcoming visitors and current members of the Terrace Family to the recommencement of this important event. If you know of interested people who are currently not connected to the College, you may wish to direct them to the College website to register for Open Day.  We look forward to a great afternoon as we showcase the many wonderful offerings at Terrace. 

My best wishes to all as we enjoy the change in weather that comes with term 2.

Dean of Identity | Mr Terry Thompson


Last Friday, we had our ANZAC Day liturgy at school. We were very fortunate to have Peter Murphy (retired Captain) lead the commemorative address to the students and staff. Mr Murphy served as an officer in the Australian Army Infantry Corps for ten years. In 1999, he was a Platoon Commander in the 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment when they deployed to what was then East Timor, as part of the International Force to help secure Timor’s independence as a nation. Mr Murphy has strong links with Terrace. His grandfather and father are both Old Boys, and he has three boys currently at the College.

I want to share some of his address with you -

When I think of our ANZACS, I think of many great traits, such as courage, initiative, teamwork and resilience, to name only a few, but the main thing I think about on ANZAC Day is the great act of SERVICE – service to country, service to community, service to mates and most importantly service to others who are in need. Our ANZACS are great examples of ‘Answering the Call’ to serve others.

Service to others, where you put someone else’s needs and interest ahead of your own, takes a lot of humility and is hard to do and that is why I admire our ANZACS so much. Australia has always been a lucky country, blessed with freedom and so many riches, and you wonder why so many ANZACS selflessly and continuously put all that at risk to serve others in need.

And Terrace has done its bit in building the ANZAC legend, serving its country and carrying on the ANZAC spirit. Over 800 Terrace old boys have served Australia in the Army, Air Force or Navy – I know Terrace old boys still serving today and have no doubt that some of you in this room, like young Toby Mohr (current Year 12 student), will serve in the future. The Terrace Wall of Remembrance is a valuable reminder for every young man in this room that there is more to life than your own comfort and self-interest - that service to God, our country and our community is what is important and, in the end, is what is remembered.

My grandfathers’ name is on the Terrace Wall of Remembrance – his name was also Peter Murphy. He died in 1942 while serving during WWII. My father, who is also a Terrace old boy, was only six years old when he lost his dad. My grandfather was 40 years of age when he died - he was a husband and a father to five young children. He had aspirations and plans and a young family, but he chose to ‘Answer the Call’ during WWII and serve his nation. He lost his life too young, but his legacy is enormous at Terrace, with two of his children, three of his grandchildren and 21 of his great grandchildren attending Terrace - 11 great grandchildren are still at school and are in this room today. To see Terrace, remember my grandfather and all his fellow servicemen and women on this day is very special and I am honoured to be a part of it.

ANZAC Day, to me, is about remembering the selfless acts of service by our ANZACS – Australians and New Zealanders. Today is a day we should reflect on what their service means to us and ask ourselves how we can possibly replicate it in some small way in the future – it doesn’t have to be by joining the Defence Force, it could be by helping out with Eddie’s Van or Orange Sky Laundry or the Terrace Timor Network or even just offering to do the washing up tonight when you get home as a small act of service to your family.

To the men of Terrace, never forget our ANZACS, never forget their service to Australia. Service to others builds character and as the ANZAC legacy has shown, it also helps build a nation.

The ANZAC’S, and the ANZAC’S spirit of service, runs deep in this great school - thank you for taking the time to remember today.

Lest We Forget.

Live Jesus in our Hearts…Forever
St Joseph…Pray for us


Next Week

  • Tuesday: Windsor House Mass + 8 Mahoney camp and retreat
  • Wednesday: Blessed Edmund Rice Feast Day

Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy

Thank you to all families for your efforts in ensuring that our students were wearing their winter uniform correctly this week. The boys certainly look good in their blazers. A reminder that it is compulsory for the hat and blazer to be worn to and from the College every day. Next week, Pastoral Care Mentors will complete a uniform check. As part of this uniform check, we want to ensure that every student has a hat in an acceptable condition. In the past, we have offered a service through the uniform shop to mend small holes in hats for a reasonable price. Unfortunately, our supplier is no longer offering this service, and we have not been able to find another hat repairer that is prepared to take bulk orders. It will be the case that several hats will be deemed unsuitable for use as part of the College uniform, and some students will be required to purchase a new hat.

On Tuesday, we conducted the Inter-House Cross Country championships. The Year 12s showed outstanding leadership and ensured the younger students were organised and committed to the event. Our thanks to Mr McGahan, Mr Coman, Mr Hinch and the Sports staff for their organisation of the day.

Congratulations to Mahoney House for taking out the Luke Harrop Trophy for 2021. As with all such events, winning is nice, but participating in the right spirit and giving one’s best are far more important. Again, my thanks to all boys for the spirit in which they entered this event. We look forward to seeing what our Houses have prepared House Choir in Term 3.

I was fortunate to watch the 1st  XI Football team play at Ipswich on Saturday afternoon. The team certainly played an entertaining brand of football. This weekend we would anticipate that many students will want to stay behind to watch the Firsts game against Brisbane State High School.  As usual, any boys choosing to support the 1st XI need to be in academic uniform (white shirt, blazer, red HPE cap).

Finally, just a word about the procedure if your son is unwell and needs to go home.  I have asked students to refrain from contacting home and asking parents to pick them up; this has happened a few times and is not our preference. As is standard protocol in schools and in line with our duty of care, our sickbay attendant will decide and contact parents/caregivers if this is required.

Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer

Careers Expo

From 3.15pm on Tuesday 4 May, we will host the Terrace Careers Expo at the College. The Expo will see a Careers market set up at Duhig place with participants from several universities, TAFE, learning organisations and the Australian Defence Force. From 4pm in College Hall, a panel of recent Old Boys will discuss the transition from school to university and work. The highlight of the Expo will be the concurrent career panels from 4.30pm. The panels will discuss Business and Finance, Health Sciences, Science and Built Environment, and  Law and the Arts. Further information can be found via the Terrace App.

QCAA Achievement Awards

The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) have recently presented the 2020 QCE Achievement Awards. The 2020 Terrace Senior cohort was well represented, with the following students achieving awards:

Distinguished Academic Achievers Award - This award is for the students who, in being awarded a QCE, demonstrate exceptionally high achievement across a diverse range of learning options.

  • Matthew Cho
  • Patrick Gleeson
  • Joshua Long

Certificate of Academic Commendation - This award is for students who achieve an A exit result in at least six General and General (Extension) subjects.

  • Pat Gleeson
  • Yang Zhang
  • Joseph Wenck
  • Hamish Carlile
  • Fergus Nasser
  • Rory Jennings
  • Matthew Cho
  • Justin Jayarajah
  •  Chazka Tan
  • Thomas Wick
  • Joshua Long
  • James Cameron
  • Samuel Weir
  • Henry Tunney
  • Samuel Fontes Andrade

Share your views on new QCE system processes

Following the initial implementation of the new QCE system in 2019 and 2020, the QCAA is conducting a post-cycle review of its processes and procedures. Current Year 11 and 12 students and their parents/caregivers are invited to have their say by completing an anonymous online survey.

The survey can be accessed here

Thank you to all teachers, parents, and students involved in the Parent/Teacher interviews that were completed on Wednesday. These interviews are a vital opportunity to receive specific feedback and information on a student’s progress. Additionally, the interview is the chance to identify strategies for improvement for the term ahead. The hard work now is in the consistent implementation of these strategies.

Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking

Anzac Day

After the cancellation of last year’s Anzac Day march, this year found our 90 strong combined bands marching proudly through the Brisbane CBD. Thank you to our students and staff who contributed to this event.


The QDU season continues this term, with our youngest Terrace debaters preparing to participate in the competition.  Some of these Years 5-7 students have not debated before. We wish them well as they begin training and learning from mentors.

Middle School Musical – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

With 100% attendance at rehearsals, the show is certainly coming together.  Tickets have almost sold out, so if you have yet to secure yours, please click on the link here: Purchase musical tickets.

We still require parents to help backstage with dressing and front of house at the pre-show bar.  If you can assist, please contact our Terrace Performing Arts Chair, Mrs Jenny Barends –

Support Group Meetings

Our next Support Group meetings will be held on 25 May.  Support Group meetings will be held online if necessary. 

Debating Support Group, please email:

Terrace Performing Arts, please email:

Staying in touch   

To keep in touch with all things Cultural, download the Terrace App and follow us on Twitter (@GTCulture) and Instagram (terrace_gtculture) to ensure you don’t miss anything.   If you have any photographs or video that you would like to share, please tag us.

TWITTER            @GTCulture

INSTAGRAM      terrace_gtculture

YOUTUBE          Terrace Culture YouTube Channel


Book Tickets to Freak Friday Here

Director of Music | Mr Derek Rose

Anzac Day 

Last Sunday, the Terrace Marching Band represented the College with great pride as they performed in this year’s march. The boys conducted themselves in the true spirit as Gentlemen of Terrace, befitting the honour bestowed upon them in their selection as a performing ensemble in this year’s parade. Terrace proudly led the 600 strong contingent of servicemen and women from RAAF Amberley. Thank you to all the families who came to support this worthy cause.

Attributes of a musician

There is no doubt that we all have different passions and goals in life, and to fulfil these, we must commit ourselves to a plan that enables us to grow both physically and mentally to attain them. As a musician at Terrace, each boy will have their reason for pursuing their musical endeavours.

As a part of their musical journey, each boy will need to commit and make a conscious decision to grow and develop as a performer. Key elements that attribute to this include:

  • Confidence, we are each on our own journey as a musician, and no matter where we are, we all aspire to grow in our pursuit of excellence. We must each take a leap of faith and give our time and energy to grow and develop our skill set.
  • Hard Work, as the saying goes, nothing is ever achieved without work. Putting in the hard yards now paves the way for future success and will pay dividends in the future.
  • Practice makes perfect. To be a successful musician, one must commit to a daily practice routine. Prioritising practice is both crucial and a critical component to becoming a successful musician, one’s passion for music can only extend so far, at which point practising every day helps one grow and improve.
  • Patience and Not Giving Up. To be a successful musician, one needs a lot of patience. The art of music takes time, and one cannot be perfect overnight. Developing skills takes time, and a true musician’s journey is one of lifelong learning.

Open Day

Various ensembles will be providing musical entertainment at this year’s Open Day on Monday 10 May. Students will perform various styles and genres of music across a range of locations within the College grounds.

Music Practice Hall

Music Practice Hall for Term 2 will recommence on Monday 10 May.  What an excellent opportunity for your son to benefit from assistance as he practises his instrument. With a range of trained professionals available to assist your son, I urge all parents/caregivers to support their son’s participation in this initiative each Monday 3.15-5pm.

Term 2

  • Thursday 6 - Saturday 8 May - Middle School Musical Performances
  • Monday 10 May - Open Day
  • Saturday 15 May - Pep Band performance
  • Tuesday 25 May - TPA Meeting
  • Saturday 5 June - Pep Band performance
  • Sunday 6 June - Norman Clarke Concert

The Weekly Wrap


When the Football draw was released and we had Ipswich Grammar School away for the opening fixture, there was some cause for concern. They are a tough team to play, especially on their home turf. Even more so with the emotions of the COVID delayed fixture of last season still lingering.

The 1st XI game was a fantastic start to the 2021 GPS Football season, and we prevailed with a resounding 6-1 win. We lost nine Year 12s from last season’s squad, giving new players an opportunity this season.

As expected, the game started at a cracking pace. We settled first and took a deserved early lead through Will Dent to concede a goal a minute later. But it wasn’t too long before Dent struck again. At the other end, Will Harris was enormous in goal and a brave dive at the feet on an onrushing opponent was a gamechanger, with the score at 2-1. Dent closed out the half with another goal, leaving the score 3-1 at half time.

The half time break was a good chance to take a breath, settle the nerves and re-focus. We took control of the game in the second half. Rory Scott and James Murphy dominated the midfield and our defence dealt comfortably with any attack IGS could muster. Debutante Luca Damianakis made it four with a composed finish before Rhys Gray scored an excellent individual goal. The scoring finished as it started with Will Dent notching his fourth goal.

The team last season set a high bar. The performance on Saturday went a good way to achieve that height. The trick now, as always, is to back it up this Saturday at Tennyson against State High. 


Round 1

The first round of the GPS Tennis season saw Terrace up against Ipswich Grammar School in both home and away fixtures. Out of the 22 matches competed between the two schools, Terrace won 20, which is an outstanding result. The 1st IV won one of the most thrilling contests in recent years, with both teams evenly competing. In the end, Terrace was victorious by the closest of margins 4/9/88 defeating IGS 4/9/80. Congratulations to Tennis Captain Dominic Anderson, who led his team to victory showing strong composure on the court when it mattered most. Congratulations also to our youngest Terracians who debuted on-court representing Terrace Tennis and all other age groups who showed strong sportsmanship and pride in Round 1. This Saturday, our focus turns to matches against Brisbane State High School.


Congratulations to the following students who have excelled in their sporting fields.

Track and Field

Blake Russell (Year 9) competed in the Australian Athletics Championships in Sydney from 12–14 April. He competed in the Under 15 Men's age group in the 100 metres, 200 metres and the long jump.

His results were as follows:

  • 100 metre - 9th overall - 11.83 seconds
  • 200 metres - 7th overall - 23.64 (PB)
  • Long jump - 5th overall - 5.69 metres

George Williamson (Year 12), Max Pilgrim (Year 10) and Jayden Condon (Year 9) competed at the National Age Swimming Championships at the Gold Coast in April.

George Williamson

  • 1500m Free – 4th 16.14.59
  • 400m Free – 3rd 4.03.98
  • 800m Free – 3rd 8.29.33

Max Pilgrim

  • 1500m Free – 8th 16.42.39

Jayden Condon

  • 800m Free – 7th 8.56.82


Captains’ Corner | College Captain, Jake Laherty

I will just come out and say it – I am a Harry Potter fan. I have read the series at least seven times over, and I religiously listen to the audiobooks as I drive (which often serves a pretty harsh surprise when mates hop in the car).  It is not something I promote, but I am unquestionably a nerd of the wizarding world. There is a line that I have come to love in the first book of the series, when Dumbledore says to the student body, after singing their school song, “ah, music… a magic beyond all we do here” (for the uninitiated, Dumbledore is the headmaster of a wizarding school, and commonly regarded as the greatest wizard ever to live). I have never possessed an ounce of auditory inclination, so this line fell flat with me for many years. However, more recently, I feel that I am coming to appreciate it.

This past Sunday, Terrace invited me to attend the Anzac Day service at St Stephen’s Cathedral and read a prayer for the congregation. In attendance were the likes of Queensland Premier Anastasia Palaszczuk and the Governor of Queensland Paul de Jersey. Needless to say, it was a pretty intimidating environment. What took me aback was not the grandiosity of the stained-glass windows or the armed precession that accompanied the Archbishop – it was the music. The choir sang beautiful hymn, after beautiful hymn, without falter. In particular, there was one woman who could sing with such pitch, volume and texture as to make the roof feel like it wasn’t there. For the most part, I didn’t know the words to these hymns, nor even the general tune that might have let me fumble along. And yet, I appreciated for the first time in that cathedral the enduring nature of these songs; the rich histories that have led to their being a part of the mass in 2021; the unimaginable contexts in which they have historically been performed; the perfectionism that contributes to their haunting tones on a Sunday morning. They were not selected like you or I would choose songs for a playlist, rather they have been laboured over – some for centuries – for the connection that it is felt they wrought with God. That music is the feature punctuating a ceremony. Of all mediums, we chose music to connect us to the heavens.

And then those beautiful tones of the bugle rang as the Last Post was played. Again, I was struck by just how lovely a piece it is. Putting aside the specific notes that make it up, the history, gravity and reverence we have attached to the Last Post are almost unparalleled in Australian culture. Of all mediums, we chose music to thank our fallen.

As my final year at Terrace continues to barrel past at an alarming pace, I find myself continually trying to square the same circle – the fact that come November, I will be made an Old Boy. I will have to put behind me something which has become a central part of my identity. I will always be a Terracian, my mates will always be Terracians, and yet I cannot cling to that identity alone. Like it or not, I will have to continue onwards into the unknowns of adulthood and find a new pillar to fill that vacuum. During those enjoyable hours in which I consider this sad inevitability, I find myself considering just what has made Terrace so central to me. What are those specific notions attached to Boundary Road, or the College song, that makes them so intoxicating to the vast majority of Terrace students? 

Now that is a question I am yet to find an answer. It would undoubtedly be an excellent answer to find in my endeavours throughout this year. Nonetheless, it will evade me, I imagine, long past its relevance. However, my experience at St Stephen’s shed a little light on that subject.

We attach incredible gravity to the songs we sing and the tunes we listen to in various contexts. Be it the Last Post or Hallelujah, and each has a particular meaning to every individual. When I sing the College song or when I hear Boundary Road, I consider the gravity I have attached to it and the context I am in. The common denominator is clear – both are performed in the presence of mates. We sing these songs when very few of us would be inclined to sing any song at any other time, in the presence of our fellow Terracians. That context creates their meaning and that ineffable shared experience of the boys around us that permeate the lyrics of any chant we can muster and that punctuate every note that we can produce. The music is made not by the words it contains but by the people we sing alongside and the history we all share. With that in mind, today, I try to hear that music in the context of the hallways – under a shared roof, as we all participate in that shared experience, whether we can perceive it or not, music is there. How we appreciate our time at the College all comes down to how we hear that music.

Answer the Call – listen to the music.


Mothers’ High Tea

 Friday 30 April is the Mothers’ High Tea for Years 5-9. Ticket sales were brisk, with record numbers attending. There will be bubbles on arrival, a traditional High Tea, plus free entry into the Lucky Prize draw. We are very grateful to our generous prize donors, including:

  • Malouf Family, Calille Hotel
  • Mrs B Jewellery
  • Gambaro
  • Watt Style
  • Rosalie Deli
  • Oatley Wines/Piper champagne
  • Cosmetics Fragrance Direct

We are honoured to have Mrs Nicole Laherty, mother to 2021 School Captain Jake Laherty as our guest speaker. 

Tennyson Canteen volunteering Term 2 

Saturday 1 May will see our first home game for the Football season against Brisbane State High School. All assistance is greatly appreciated in both the canteen and BBQ. No experience necessary just come equipped with a sense of humour and a willingness to pitch in. Please sign on to volunteer via the link sent out with the Football notices on the App during Week 2.

Terralicious’ 21

The TLG is thrilled to host the Spice it Up Terralicious Fashion Parade on Friday 11 June 2021 at the Royal International Convention Centre. This year, we highlight the latest fashion trends from Camargue, Hummingbird, Luna May, Biffi, Palma Martin, Sacha Drake and White Label Noba, and we wish to thank these labels for their generous support and enthusiasm.

The festivities will continue with an after-party at Cloudland.  Thanks again to the Bickle family for their generous support and Answering the Call as venue sponsor for Terralicious ‘21.

Tickets go on sale 9am Thursday 6 May.  There is no need to organise a table this year, as true to the theme, we will Spice It Up with a traditional catwalk fashion parade and cocktail style event.

We promise you an afternoon of fashion, fun, and fundraising to support This is a Conversation Starter (TIACS). 

Upcoming Events

  • 30 April - TLG Years 5 to 9 Mothers' Morning Tea, Victoria Park Golf Club.
  • 1 May –Tennyson Canteen – GPS Football Round 2
  • 7 May – Year 10 Mother/ Son breakfast at Waterford
  • 10 May – TLG Meeting 7.30am – Guest Speaker Sonia Thorpe will discuss strategies to support grieving children and young people.
  • 10 May - Open Day – 3.30pm
  • 15 May – Tennyson Canteen - GPS Football Round 4
  • 5 June  – Tennyson Canteen - GPS Football Round 7
  • 7 June – TLG meeting 7.30am
  • 11 June – Terralicious ’21 Fashion Parade

The Terrace Family

We pray for the families of the following members of the Terrace Family who have gone to their eternal rest.

Mr Lescha COORY – GT 1944-47


The place to find all your upcoming Terrace Family event details...

All Senior students of the College are warmly invited to attend the Terrace Career Expo

With exhibits from local universities and panel discussions by Terrace Old Boys and parents and caregivers, it will be a great afternoon for students to explore their post-school career choices.
Details: Tuesday 4 May | 3.00 - 5.00pm
Venue: Various locations across the College. Please see attached schedule below. 

Career Expo | Schedule

Mother's Day is just around the corner. Terrace students and Dads, find mum the perfect gift at the Terrace Timor Network (TTN) Mother's Day stall.

All proceeds supporting economic development in Timor-Leste.
Details: Thursday 6 May | Main campus (lunch) and Waterford Place (morning tea)
Gifts from $5 - $30 available for purchase.  Card preferred. Cash accepted.
Please see the College App for a full gift price list.

Only a handful of tickets remaining - get in quick to avoid disappointment!
Details: Thursday 6 May, Friday 7 May & Saturday 8 May | 6.30pm show time
Venue: Edmund Rice Theatre, Waterford Place, St Joseph's College Gregory Terrace
Cost: Adult - $20pp (+bf) | Grandparent - $15pp (+bf) | High school student/Child - $10pp (+bf)
For further event details, please contact
Imogen Brown | 

Joseph Tickets | Book Here

The Terrace Family is invited to a night under the stars at the Tennyson Moonlight Cinema, in support of Headspace.

Details: Friday 21 May | From 5.00pm 
Venue: Tennyson Playing Fields, Vivian St Tennyson
Cost: $10pp (+ booking fees) | Children under 5 free

  • Pizza and baked spud food trucks. 
  • Movie snacks and drinks available to purchase.
  • BYO chairs/picnic blanket

For further information, please contact
Terrace Communications |

Moonlight Cinema | Book Here

Mark your calendar - not long until the highly anticipated 2021 Terralicious Fashion Parade tickets go on sale 9am Thursday 6 May!

Details: Friday 11 June | From 11.30am
Venue: Royal International Convention Centre (RNA) | Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills
In support of mental health advocacy organisation, This is a Conversation Starter (TIACS) Foundation.
Tickets on sale 9am Thursday 6 May

Year Level Parent Social Functions

Find all your upcoming Term 2 year level parent function details here...

Year 12 Mother/Caregiver & Son Breakfast

Details: Friday 14 May | 6.30 - 9.00am
Venue: Victoria Park Marquee, Herston Rd, Herston
Cost: $29pp (+bf) | Includes continental breakfast and drinks
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 31 March
For further information, please contact
Julia Joseph |

Year 12 Breakfast | Book Here