Trinity is proud of its heritage and its contribution to the education of many influential graduates from the University of Melbourne and other tertiary institutions in Australia.
In 2020, the world marked the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Learn about the unique history of Trinity during wartime, and the stories of those alumni who gave their lives.
Juttoddie, a unique steeplechase that welcomes students into residence at Trinity. Learn the history of this time-honoured tradition through a new online exhibition!
The stunning exhibition 'Balnhdhurr - A Lasting Impression' of print art from Yirrkala in the Northern Territory is now online. Why not take a virtual tour?
Trinity's Archival Photographic Collection comprises more than 8,000 images. Enjoy a sample of them online!
Records of the College's governance, student records, memorabilia and ephemera relating to the collegiate experience.
Access a range of digitised college publications online, from the student Fleur de Lys magazine to the earlier Trinity Newsletters.
Regarded as one of the finest collegiate collections of Australian portraiture.
A significant and growing focus of the College's art collections of Yolngu art from north-east Arnhem.
Residential student collection of contemporary Australian art, established in 1990.