Latest news

  • Calling all artists!

    Tranby has launched a mural wall art project across our campus. The project is only open to artists identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

    Tranby is accepting proposals until 12.30pm, Friday 16th December 2016. Request an application pack by emailing for further information.

  • Community Garden

    Love gardening? Want to join a local group & do something for the community? Come join our Community Grdaen Project. Enjoy a rewarding day out in our beautiful grounds. Bring a friend, your gardening tools & your green fingers - we have a special project that we need your help with! Spread the word.#CommunityGarden  

  • We’re Hiring!

    Love Tranby? Want to join our team? Tranby is on the look out for a Receptionist to join our team. You will be the first point of contact for all students and staff. You will be giving a great first impression and will be enthusiastic and have a "can do" attitude towards anything. Your duties will include; answering the phones, opening and locking up, keeping a tidy office area, meeting and greeting all students and visitors. You will also be in charge of word-processing, spreadsheets, and administrative support to the Senior Office Manager, along with other staff as required. Apply now on Seek!

  • Final Call!

    Last call for interviews for the CHC42115 Certificate IV in Community Development course due to commence on the 21st November 2016.  Don’t miss out on your opportunity to #FindYourPower at Tranby!

  • Austria Scholarship Opportunity

    Austria Scholarship Trip Six of our students recently attended the 33rd FICE CONGRESS and 2nd CYC World Conference - “Together Towards a Better World for Children, Adolescents and Families.” They all had a  fantastic time at the conference and learnt a great deal. For further information and for full details of the conference please download the Congress Guide. Our students were also lucky enough to be able to meet with the Deputy Head of Mission David Lewis and First Secretary Gaia Puleston at the Australian Embassy in Austria. Their hosts provided them with an overview of how the Embassy operates. The students discussed the Embassy’s role in Austria, countries of non-resident accreditation, and the international organisations in Vienna.