A growing community on South Australia’s south coast
Investigator College, situated an hour’s drive south of Adelaide on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula, boasts dual campuses located in Victor Harbor and Goolwa, as well as an EcoCentre and Eco Sustainability Trade Skills Centre (2018) located at Currency Creek.
The campuses are nestled amongst idyllic seaside suburbs and townships such as Encounter Bay, Port Elliot, Hayborough, Middleton, Yankalilla and Mount Compass.
Reception to Year 9 classes run at both the Victor Harbor and Goolwa Campuses, whilst our Year 10 to 12 students’ home base is ‘Investigator Senior’, Victor Harbor.
With recent and ongoing upgrades to our facilities, all of our students have the opportunity to access state-of-the-art technology, arts, food technology, sports and other learning suites. Although cross campus travel is kept to a minimum, we are one College and our students enjoy the benefits of utilising all of our resources no matter where they are based, including the EcoCentre at Currency Creek for Environmental, Science, SOSE and Outdoor Education purposes.
All of the College campuses are located within a radius of approximately 30km. This close proximity allows the College to enjoy the economy of scale of a larger educational institution – delivering greater curriculum diversity and state-of-the-art facilities.
Victor Harbor Campus
Early Learning (2018) to Year 12
Located at Encounter Bay, situated beside the Victor Harbor Golf Course, and within walking distance to the Victor Harbor Library, Recreation Centre and TAFE facilities.
Victor Harbor SA 5211
Junior & Middle School (Reception – Year 9)
Located in close proximity to the River Murray and situated on the fringe of this quaint coastal town, the Goolwa Campus enjoys the benefits of adjacency to the Goolwa Recreation Centre, Main Street and farmland.
2 Glendale Grove,
Goolwa SA 5214
Our Currency Creek site houses the Sustainable Living EcoCentre, Outdoor Education facilities and Trade Skills Centre (2018).
Situated on 10Ha of waterfront land which is currently being re-vegetated by students and the local community, this site provides all students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in agriculture, science, outdoor and environmental education.