St Mary of the Angels Secondary College is nestled along the banks of the picturesque Broken Creek in Nathalia, Victoria. The College buildings and facilities cover 7.5 acres with two campuses located east and west of Chapel Street in the township of Nathalia.
The St Francis Primary School, the local Catholic Primary School, is located beside St Mary of the Angels Secondary College.
It is a Victorian town with a population of approximately 1900 and its main natural attraction is the permanent waters of the Broken Creek that meanders through the town.
Nathalia lies in a flat agricultural and dairying landscape just 220 kilometres (2 hours & 35 minutes driving time) north of Melbourne and 20 minutes south of the Murray River.
It is also situated on the Murray Valley Highway halfway between Echuca and Cobram; and only 42 kilometres (30 minutes driving time) from Shepparton.
The town provides all essential services for modern living in peaceful surroundings and is becoming a popular haven for tourists seeking that “getaway from it all” location.
Nathalia is the gateway to the world’s largest red gum forest – the Barmah State Forest.
Nathalia is well serviced and has excellent sporting, education and medical facilities.