Temporary School Closure
Karalundi is undergoing a school restructuring program after declining student numbers, staffing challenges and fiscal restraints challenged the school's viability which ultimately forced the school to suspend operations in September 2016.
At this stage significant progress has been made to ensure Karalundi has a brighter future with plans to re-commence from February 2018, however watch this space for further updates. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience but are excited about the plans already developed.
Updated April 2017
Temporary Contact: Jone Rakesa 0499 029 145
NB: The Cafe and Caravan Park will continue to operate as normal.
Warning to readers: This website may contain images of Indigenous persons who are deceased and that the depiction of those people may cause distress to some readers.
Karalundi College is truly an 'oasis in the desert'. It is a community centered around the boarding school. Everyone lives here for one simple purpose: and that is to provide a quality learning experience for the students entrusted into our care. We continue to do that by surrounding them with a Christian community so that they are being nurtured mentally, spiritually, socially and physically at all times.
Want to join the community at Karalundi? Chat to the team to learn more, or download an enrolment form below.
Karalundi has a licensed caravan park with grassed campsites, onsite cabins and powered sites for caravans and camper-vans and big rigs.
Karalundi Cafe sells baked delights, cold drinks, delicious frothy hot drinks and light meals. It is open Sunday - Friday 9am - 5pm, to provide meals and basic groceries to travellers and locals. Want more information? Click HERE.
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