Regional Tours

Each year, Scotch College takes to the road to visit regional communities throughout Western Australia.

This is a great opportunity to get an insight into life at the College, meet our Boarding team, and discover what we can offer your son.

In 2021, our team will be visiting:

  • Albany
  • Manjimup
  • Frankland River
  • Corrigin
  • Pilbara (Port Hedland, Karratha, Tom Price & Paraburdoo)
  • Geraldton
  • Broome, Derby & Dampier Peninsular
  • Dowerin Field Day
  • Kojonup Agricultural Show
  • Katanning Agricultural Show
  • Esperance
  • Narrogin

See below for the full list of regional events and register to attend.

Interested in Scotch Boarding visiting your regional home? Get in touch with our team at or +61 8 9383 6946. We'd love to hear from you.

Tour Dates



Join us for a relaxed sundowner and meet our Head of Boarding Jordan Owenell as he offers an insight into Boarding at the College.

Complimentary drinks and refreshments will be provided.

Friday 7 May 2021, 6.30–8.30pm

Corrigin Hotel
17 Walton St, Corrigin

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Pilbara (Port Hedland, Karratha, Tom Price & Paraburdoo)

Thursday 10 – Sunday 13 June 2021

Venues TBC


Friday 13 August 2021, 6.30–8.30pm

The Provincial
167 Marine Terrace, Geraldton


Dowerin Field Day

Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 August 2021

Dowerin Showgrounds

Learn more

Broome, Derby & Dampier Peninsular

Sunday 29 August – Monday 6 September 2021

Venues TBC


Kojonup Agricultural Show

Saturday 16 October 2021

Kojonup Showgrounds

Learn more

Katanning Agricultural Show

Friday 22 & Saturday 23 October 2021

4 Pemble Street, Katanning

Learn more



Friday 19 & Saturday 20 November 2021

Venue TBC


Date TBC

Venue TBC

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