Stella Maris College is within the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay. It is located in a safe and quiet position on the northern end of Manly Beach at Queenscliff with easy access to a range of sporting and recreation facilities in the area.
From the centre of Sydney Manly is just 20 minutes by fast boat or a very pleasant 30 minutes by slow ferry from Sydney’s central business district. You can meet friends and eat at one of the many restaurants or cafes serving food from around the world; enjoy a game of tennis or beach volleyball; find a shady spot to sit and think; visit the art gallery and museum; and browse at the weekend markets.
Manly is a well-established residential suburb on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and is a very popular place for local, interstate and international visitors. Our international students appreciate the safe, clean, natural environment. The Northern Beaches area of Sydney is a long stretch of beautiful residential suburbs with stunning beaches and golden sand. Manly itself is surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean and Sydney Harbour.
To reach the College you can either catch a bus from Manly Wharf or you can take a leisurely walk along the beachside.
Our magnificent local surroundings serve to impress upon students the richness and diversity of Australia’s heritage and encourage stewardship of the environment and natural resources.
The main campus spans Eurobin and Iluka Avenues and our second campus, named Benedict Campus in honour of St Benedict, is located on Pittwater Road.
The College reception is located at 2 Iluka Avenue in the beautiful heritage-listed Convent building.