Cunderdin Ag College provides a vibrant, inclusive and comfortable home for up to 124 students who are unable to commute the distance from home. All students are provided with quality physical and emotional care with staff living on site 24/7.

Residential students have access to our recreation centre, which features a basketball court where there’s always someone to shoot hoops with. The rec centre also houses the canteen, weights area, passive rec area, conference room and a computer lab with internet access so students can work on assignments.

The Residential dining room is capable of seating 150 people and features a well-appointed commercial kitchen which turns our farm produce into delicious fare for our hungry horde.

The campus has eight staff houses that accommodate staff who have an after hours ‘on call’ role in the student Residential area or the College farm.

In Year 11, residential students have the opportunity to be exposed to rural practices in the north. The tour provides a valuable insight into the huge variety of production in Western Australia including mining, fish and pearl farming, large scale pastoral farming, fruit growing and tropical agriculture.

Young people always have loads of energy, even after a day of study and farm work, and we have numerous recreation and sporting excursions on weekends and evenings.

Some residential activities held throughout the year include:

  • Movies and shopping in Perth and Midland
  • Go-Karts
  • Quazar
  • Football – AFL and local
  • Career Expo
  • Adventure World
  • Ten Pin Bowling
  • Fremantle and Fremantle Gaol
  • Socials at other schools
  • Local shows
  • Ute musters
  • Blackwood Marathon
  • Brookton Car Show
  • Beverley Tractor Pull
  • Whiteman Park