Iona College, Lindum QLD







Established: 1957

Principal: Mr Trevor Goodwin (Principal) and Fr Joe Antony OMI (Rector)

Address: 85 North Rd, Lindum 4178


Key Information


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About our school

As a Catholic school in the Oblate religious tradition, Iona College focuses on educating and empowering young men to dare to make a positive, spiritual and practical difference throughout their lives and the lives of others.

Our curriculum provides a wide range of subject opportunities to cultivate the individual talents of each student, including marine science and aerospace programs.

Iona College understands that the dreams and talents of each student are unique. Student learning is fostered in an environment that is challenging, engaging and supportive .

Classroom activities are designed to be enjoyable, stimulating and authentic. Our co-curricular program caters to the passion of every student including music, sport, drama and the arts, supported by world-class facilities such as our 2500-seat indoor stadium The Provence Centre, our 500-seat Iona Performing Arts Centre and our expansive, on-campus playing fields that can host seven football games simultaneously.

Our students not only experience a positive school culture and environment, but are taught how to enhance their personal wellbeing, deal with life’s challenges, live a life of meaning and purpose, and strengthen their relationships with others and with God.

Quick Facts

  • New Zinelli Primary Building to open early 2024
  • Historic Wynnum Baptist Church to re-open as redeveloped ‘Lindum-mere’ in 2024
  • Mass is celebrated each day in our College Chapel
  • Very strong pastoral and community focus
  • Iona sits on 100 acres in Brisbane’s bayside with a dedicated pathway leading to Lindum railway station
  • Diverse co-curricular program across arts, music and 18 different sports • The Provence Centre is our 2500-seat indoor sports and events stadium • The Iona Performing Arts Complex (IPAC) is a 500-seat, fully equipped auditorium for music and theatre
  • All our sporting fields and facilities are on campus

More from the school

Upcoming Dates

Fri May

Iona College, QLD – Open Day 24 May 2024

May 24, 2024 - 3:30 am


  • Lindum Campus is set on 28 hectares
  • Learning Facilities
  • Fr McFall Science Centre – nine laboratories, marine science centre and preparation rooms
  • Fr Daly Art Precinct – numerous creative spaces, innovative learning areas, and a modern display gallery
  • St Josephs IDT Centre – modern industrial workshops, graphics and design rooms, aerospace classrooms with simulators
  • Iona Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) – seating for 500 guests, incorporates an orchestra pit, excellent audio equipment and multi-media facilities
  • Air conditioned classrooms with state of the art AV equipment
  • Music classrooms, rehearsal rooms, studios and amphitheatre for outdoor concerts and performances
  • Iona Chapel – mass is celebrated daily
  • The Provence Centre – a multipurpose facility for sporting and presentation events with seating capacity for 2,500
  • Oblate Hall
  • Hannah Hall – dedicated to the dramatic art students
  • Founders’ Lecture Theatre
  • St Eugene de Mazenod Library
  • Sporting Facilities
  • Six ovals for football, touch football, rugby union, rugby league, Australian rules, track and field, cricket, and cricket nets
  • Four tennis courts
  • 50m 8-lane swimming pool
  • Oblate Hall houses the gymnasium and provides the base for a number of sports including volleyball and basketball
  • Three outdoor basketball courts
  • Weights room
  • Covered handball courts
  • Transportation
  • Adjacent to Lindum Railway Station on the Cleveland Line
  • Bus services to and from surrounding districts
  • Outdoor Education Centre
  • Glendalough, Sunshine Coast is set on 19 hectares
  • Multipurpose hall
  • Dining hall and commercial kitchen
  • Four cabin style dormitories each with 26 bunks
  • Oval, rock climbing wall, low rope course

2021 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 5 506 463 501 492 498
Year 7 552 522 550 542 576
Year 9 589 552 584 582 619

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2021. Data sourced from:

2022 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 5 499 465 494 488 486
Year 7 546 523 550 533 568
Year 9 581 552 573 576 603

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2022. Data sourced from:

Campus Locations

Main Campus

85 North Rd, Lindum, 4178

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