Leading technology, flexible learning spaces, award winning nature play areas and special interest centres provide the perfect environment for our students to immerse themselves in our contemporary curriculum.
Facilities and Learning Spaces
Pulteney’s footbridge to the Adelaide Parklands gives students unrivalled access to sporting facilities, including five ovals, 15 tennis courts, a full-sized synthetic hockey pitch, basketball and netball courts, all set amongst 18 hectares of uninterrupted green sporting and recreational space.
A gymnasium on campus and boat sheds on the Torrens and at West Lakes extend the range of facilities available to every student.
As your child moves from the dependence of their first years through to the independence of a young adult ready to graduate, each of our four sub-schools provides a learning environment that fosters challenge, responsibility and opportunities.
Our location is one of our great strengths having the city on our doorstep to investigate, explore and inspire students. Easy access to University campuses, Museums, Art Galleries, the hub of business and 18 hectares of parklands for sport all give Pulteney students every possibility to explore. The opportunities are endless and within reach.
Getting to Pulteney
With Pulteney’s central location in the city, the School is easy to get to and is well serviced by public transport. Indeed, our students come from all areas of Adelaide to attend School at Pulteney.
Pulteney’s bus service
Pulteney also operates a private bus service to and from School every day. This service currently runs in the western suburbs of Adelaide. To find out more about Pulteney’s bus services, click here.
Catching a public bus, tram or train
It is so easy to commute to Pulteney. If you would like to catch a public bus, tram or train to Pulteney, head to Adelaide Metro to plan your trip.