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The Grange is homestead designed by renowned architect John Horbury Hunt in 1876. There are six bedrooms which sleep up to forty-two people. It is dorm-style accommodation. Five of the rooms are a mixture of single and bunk beds, one has a double bed and a bunk bed. You will need to supply your own sleeping bags or sheets, blankets/doona. The kitchen is fully equipped. It has an industrial type stove and work area. In the scullery there is a dishwasher and in the laundry a washing machine and dryer. The dining room seats up to 42. The large lounge/meeting room has an open fire place at each end and a DVD/Television projector system which you view just above one of the fire places. There is a games room downstairs that has table tennis and pool tables. A barbecue is available in the grounds for your use. The grounds of the campus are available for you to use during your stay.
We acknowledge the Darug and the Guringai people who are the traditional custodians of the land on which Barker College stands. We pay respect to the elders past and present of the Darug and Guringai nations and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people within the Barker College community.