Chaplaincy is a role that supports the emotional well being of students. While all our staff care for students, the demands of teaching make it difficult for staff to find sustained blocks of time to speak to students one on one. In these cases, the Chaplain is available to offer students one on one support. Chaplaincy is also available to support parents and care givers, offering counselling or practical care over any range of issues. Since ACBC commenced in 2011, parents and care givers have had appointments with the schools Chaplain and found this service beneficial.

Austin Cove has chaplains on both the primary and secondary campus. James Brown is Chaplain for the Primary school (Years 1 to 6) along with Roger Burnley as chaplain in the Secondary School (Years 7 to 12). Student or parents wishing to make an appointment to see a Chaplain can do so through the Student Services office. A Chaplain will then make contact to organise a suitable time to catch up. All appointments are confidential and, excluding special circumstances, occur on school grounds.

Secondary Life

The Three Musketeers - The Last Crusade

It was another incredible college production this year at MANPAC... The Three Musketeers - The Last Crusade!


2017 Inter-School Athletics

Senior Students recent took to the track for the Inter-School Athletics Carnival.

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Senior Athletics Carnival

It was a great day at Bortollo Park in Mandurah for the Secondary Athletics Carnival. Well done to all participants and Mrs Kerry Williamson for organising this fantastic event.

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College Radio - ACFM

Catch up on the latest Local, National, and International Sport Results with Informed Comment from Sammy G and Guests on ACFM on Frday at 5.40pm, Saturday Morning at 7.40/ 9.40/11.40. Listen to the lastest show HERE.


MP Inspires Students

Seconday Principal Orlando Dos Santos with Federal Member for Canning Andrew Hastie.


 Dow    nload explan at ion of College Affirmation here.