St Laurence’s College Museum was established in 2016 on Level 5 of the Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre. It is adjacent to the Hall of Fame, which acknowledges and celebrates the live and global contributions of over eighty alumni.
In the St Laurence’s College museum, you will find a collection of historical treasures including uniforms from yesteryear, school reports, yearbooks, flags, school photos and a varied collection of College memorabilia to jog your memory to ‘the good ole days’.
There are many treasures to discover in the St Laurence’s College Museum so make sure you come and visit to view some of the highlights, including:
- Trowel from the laying of the foundation stone of the Monastery from 1917
- Precious School uniforms, badges and colours.
- Noel Dempsey’s 1930’s Empire Games jacket and medals
- The 1885 bible from St Kilian’s
To book an appointment to view the Museum please use the contact information below.
Through its collections, the museum strives to represent the collective histories and experiences of students at St Laurence’s College. Our Curator is always interested in new objects and different stories, and we encourage our Old Boys and the public to contact the museum if they think they may have something of interest.
Our curator will also be interested in any other material that can help to tell the story of an item, such as related objects, photographs, documents and written histories. If you would like to contribute any items to the St Laurence’s College Museum, we would love to hear from you.
Opening Hours: 7.45am to 3.50pm
Phone: 07 3010 2878