The Old Girls' Association encourages past students to maintain active and supportive contact with the school. There are branches of the association interstate, country areas and overseas. Each year the association awards the coveted OGA Prize to a senior girl for outstanding leadership and achievement.
The OGA actively supports events such as milestone reunions and the Professional Women's Network series facilitated through the school's Development Office.
In addition, each year the association holds two key events and encourages all Old Girls to attend.
In July, the OGA Chapel Service and Morning Tea is held on the Sunday of the reunion weekend. This is open to all past students, not only those who are attending their milestone reunions.
In June the annual OGA brunch is held, and features guest speakers from our esteemed Old Girl population.
All Old Girls for whom we have emails will receive invitations to these events.
The OGA publishes two newsletters every year in April and September. Contributions to the newsletter are most welcome and sought after. Do you have any news about yourself or others you wish to share? Contact OGA President Nicole Devlin or share your story and images via email firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 Issue 2 (PDF 7.7MB)
2017 Issue 1 (PDF 5.6MB)
2016 Issue 2 (PDF 2.4MB)
2016 Issue 1 (PDF 3.6MB)
2015 Issue 2 (PDF 6.4MB)
2015 Issue 1 (PDF 3.6MB)
2014 Issue 2 (PDF 5.3MB)
2014 Issue 1 (PDF 875.7KB)
2013 Issue 2 (PDF 1019KB)
2013 Issue 1 (PDF 1.7MB)
2012 Issue 2 (PDF 1.3MB)
2012 Issue 1 (PDF 1.5MB)
Nicole Devlin - President OGA
If you are interested in serving on the OGA Committee, or would like to know more, please contact the President, Nicole Devlin.
Old Girls' Association Committee 2017
Front (left to right): Jan Moody (Vice President), Nicole Devlin (President)
Back (left to right): Harriette Watson (Treasurer), Anne Muggleton, Sally Thomson (Vice President), Norma Tucker (Secretary), Alison Black, Alexandra Watson, Penelope Bell
Absent: Harriet Adcock, Jacky Garnsworthy and Georgina Papworth.