We are blessed to be able to host many events and programs on our college campus.
We are always happy to hear about local events, groups, activities and businesses. If you are a community group and would like to be included on this page, please email details to the College Office.
Our location really lends itself to the outdoor environment. The extensive bushland provides a perfect opportunity for students to experience the outdoors, discover themselves, and grow as people.
The College is set within Bungendore park, providing easy access to the Munda Biddi Trail, the Bibbulmun Track and Wungong Dam. We have the best campus-based outdoor education facilities in Western Australia, including high ropes, giant swing and a 30m abseiling tower. Our performance in Outdoor Education far exceeds the state average. But most importantly, through Outdoor Education we equip our students with essential life skills.
Outdoor Education is a holistic approach to education. It develops independence in planning and preparing for camps, overnight stays, and adventure activities. It builds the students’ life skills as they learn through planning, preparing, cooking their own food, packing their own bag, taking charge of navigation and more.
Bungendore Park Environmental Group
We have the privilege of using our facilities to host the annual Bungendore Bush Breakfast among other Bungendore Park Environmental Group events. Learn more about this group by visiting their Facebook page.
Bi-annually, the Group holds “Bungendore under the Stars” in February and this is a popular event with GinGin observatory telescopes available on the oval for participants to view the stars.
Bedfordale Volunteer Bushfire Brigade
Bedfordale Volunteer Bushfire Brigade (BVBFB) is in the City of Armadale Western Australia in the locality of Bedfordale. BVBFB is part of the City of Armadale Fire and Emergency Services and the Department of Fire and Emergency Bushfire Service. The brigade is currently building new premises next door to Southern Hills Christian College.
Bedfordale Residents Association
The Association aims to look after the concerns of the residents of Bedfordale.
Bi-monthly meetings are held at 7:30pm at Bedfordale Hall, Admiral Road, Bedfordale or Churchman Brook Hall, Waterwheel Road, Bedfordale. Find out more information here.