Schools founded, managed by the Christian Brothers, with a Christian Brother history or have had a Christian Brother presence.
There may be errors and/or omissions.

New South Wales and the ACT.

Albury, Christian Brothers College - (1917-1983) merged forming Xavier High School.
Albury, Aquinas College - (1959-1983) Northern Campus of CBC, merged forming Xavier High School.
Albury, Xavier High School - (1983-)

Balmain, Christian Brothers School - (Closed )
Burwood, Christian Brothers' College- (1909-2009) -.> Wikipedia Article -
Canberra, St Edmund's College
Castle Hill, St Gabriel's School(For hearing impaired children)
Chatswood, St Pius X College
Corrimal, Eddy's Annexe
Gosford, St Edward's College

Goulburn, St Patrick's College - (1874-2000). In 2000 amalgamated with Marian College to form Trinity Catholic Collegte.
Goulburn, Trinity Catholic College --> Site offline on 13 Nov 2016

Lewisham, Christian Brothers High School - (1891- )
Lewisham, St Thomas Becket Primary School Founded 1855. Trinity Grammar Infants School opened on the site in Feb 2006.
Lewisham, St Thomas

Manly, St Paul's Catholic College -
Newtown, Christian Brothers (Closed 1970's)
Moree, St. Philomena's School- History of St Philomena's -
Obley, Obley Education Centre

Penrith, St Dominic's College
Penrith - Savio Education Centre -

Rose Bay, Christian Brothers College - (1935-1966)
Strathfield, St Patrick's College
Sutherland, St Patrick's College
Sydney, St Mary's Cathedral College-

Tamworth, Christian Brothers College - 80 years at Christian Brothers College, McCarthy Senior High and Rosary College
Tamworth, McCarthy Catholic College -

Terrigal - The Haven Education Centre -

Wagga Wagga, St Michael's College
Wagga Wagga, Kildare Catholic College -

Wahroonga, St Edmund's College - (Originally founded for education of visually impaired children)
Wahroonga, St Leo's Catholic College -
Walgett, St Joseph's Primary School -
Waverley, Waverley College -
Wollongong, Edmund Rice College -

Queensland:

Abergowrie, St Teresas College -
Boondall, St Joseph's Nudgee College - (1891- )
Boondall, Nudgee International College - Closed during 2012

Brisbane, Clairvaux College - (1966-) Founded Christian Brothers. Amalgamted in late 1980s to form Clairvaux Mackillop College
Brisbane, Clairvaux Mackillop College - Formed late 1980s from Clairvaux and Mackillop Colleges.

Brisbane - St James College - Founded 1868 (oldest Catholic School in Queensland) staffed by Catholic laity. A Christian Brothers School from 1893.
Brisbane, St Laurences College, South Brisbane (1915- )
Bundaberg, Christian Brothers College
Bundaberg, Shalom College (1984- ) An Amalgamation of Christian Brothers College and Loyola College for girls.

Brisban/Caboolture, St Columbans College - (1928 - 1985) Christian Brothers. 1995 Relocated to Caboolture.

Charters Towers, Mt Carmel College - ( 1902- 1997)
Charters Towers, Columba Catholic College - (1998- ) Formed from Mt Carmel College (Christian Brothers), St Columba's Primary School (Mercy Sisters, Good Samaritan Sisters then LayManagement) and St Mary's College (Mercy Sisters, Good Samaritan Sisters then LayManagement)

Dalby, St Mary's Catholic College (1971 - 2007) Amalgamated to form Our Lady of the Southern Cross College
Dalby, Our Lady of the Southern Cross College - (2008- )

Deception Bay, Flexible Learning Centre -

Gympie, Christian Brothers College - (1904-1982) Amalgamated to form St Patrick's College in 1983
Gympie, St Patricks College - History page includes a link to a pdf entitled Gympie Catholic Schools 1879-2003

Indooroopilly, St Joseph's Nudgee Junior College- (1938-2014) Refounded (2015- ) as Ambrose Treacy College
Indooroopilly, Ambrose Treacy College - (2015- )

Ingham, Cardinal Gilroy College -
Ingham, Gilroy Santa Maria College - Formed from Cardinal Gilroy College and Santa Maria College

Ipswich, St Edmunds College - (1892-2006)
Kingston, Centre Education Program - another link to information in EREA Youth Plus
Mackay, St Patrick's Christian Brothers College - (1929-1986) From 1987 St Patrick's Christian Brothers' College became a senior co-educational College, St Patrick's College.

Maryborough, Christian Brothers College - (1888-1978) Amalgamated to form St Mary's High School, in 1997 changed name to St Mary's College
Maryborough, St Marys College

Mt Isa, St Kieran's Christian Brothers College - (1960- ) formed Mt Isa Catholic High School in 1985 with San Jose Secondary School. Renamed as Good Shepherd Catholic College in 2005.
Mt Isa, Good Shephered Catholic College -

Rockhampton, St Josephs Christian Brothers College - Amalgamated to form Cathedral College
Rockhampton, Cathedral College - Formed in 1991 from St Josephs Christian Brothers College and Range College (Srs of Mercy)

Shorncliffe, St Patricks College - (1952- )
Southport, Aquinas College - (1964- ) Became Co-educatonal in 1992 with girls from Star of the Sea College moving to Aquinas.

Toowoomba, St Joseph's College - (1956- )
Toowoomba, St Mary's College - (1896- )

Townsville, Our Lady's Mount - (1911-1968) Closed when students transferred to Ignatius Park College
Townsville, St John Fishers College - Amalgamated in 1988 to form Marian College
Townsville, Ignatius Park College - (1961- )
Townsville, Marian College - (1988- ) Formed from St John Fisher College, St Margaret Mary Primary School and Holy Family School. St Mary's School joined in 1995.
Townsville, Flexible Learning Centre -

Warwick, St Joseph's Christian Brothers College - (1912-1979) Became part of Assumption College
Warwick, Assumption College -

Yeppoon, St Brendans College - (1940- )

Northern Territory:

Darwin, O'Loughlin College (1987- ) Christian Brother the Founding Principal.

Bathurst Island, Xavier Boys School - now part of Xavier Catholic College
Bathurst Island, Xavier Community Education Centre

Wadeye, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Thamurr Catholic School (Port Keats)

Edmund Rice Education Australia - EREA:

Main Website -

Foundations - 16 page PDF
Charter and 4 Touchstones -
Strategic Directions -
Edmund Rice Education Australia - Schools -
Youth+ Website -
Youth+ Flexible Learning Centres -
Edmund Rice Education Beyond Borders -

Page Updated: 13 November 2016