For students travelling by car the School has a parent kiss and drop zone inside the school grounds as well as ample car parking space.
Several bus companies service the school, providing transport within the wider area bounded by Wongawilli and Dapto to the north, Warilla and Shellharbour to the east, west to Yellow Rock and Tullimbar, and as far south as Gerringong.
See the attached documents for details on specific bus routes, or speak to our office staff, who can help you find information on the bus route which will best suit your family.
What is the School Opal Card?
The School Opal card gives eligible school students free travel on public transport between home and school on trains, buses and ferries within the Opal network.
Who can apply?
Students need to live a minimum distance from their school to be eligible for a School Opal card, as follows:
- Years K-2 (Infants)
No minimum distance.
- Years 3-6 (Primary)
More than 1.6km straight line distance or at least 2.3km walking.
- Years 7-12 (Secondary)
More than 2km straight line distance or at least 2.9km walking.
Who needs to apply
A new application is only required if the student has not had a School Opal card before.
If the student already has a School Opal card and is changing schools, campuses or home address, you will need to update their Opal card for the new school year before mid-December at Transport for NSW.
A parent or guardian must apply for students 15 years and under. Students 16 years and over can apply for themselves.
How to apply
Applications for next year open at the start of Term 4 this year.
- Once the school has confirmed your child's enrolment, complete the application form at Transport for NSW.
- The school endorses your application.
- Once approved, a School Opal card will be sent to the address provided on the application.
Replacement Opal cards
If your School Opal card has been lost, stolen or damaged, you should apply for a replacement pass.
Take the next step and learn how to apply