Barker Heritage Trails invites you to take a virtual or physical walk through our campuses to learn about the sites, buildings, stories, people, and structures that contribute to the rich heritage of Barker College, dating back to 1890.
Each stop contains an image and short summary. If your curiosity compels you, you are able scroll to the bottom of the page to access further information, images, and stories.
Please note: These tours are designed to be experienced online or by walking through the site. They do not direct you to enter any building.
We acknowledge the Dharug, Darkinjung, Wonnarua, and Yolŋu peoples who are the traditional custodians of the land on which Barker College, The Grange, Darkinjung Barker, Ngarralingayil Barker, and Dhupuma Barker stand. We pay respect to the Elders past, present, and emerging and extend that respect to other Indigenous people.