Boarding Houses

Haileybury Kormilda Boarding will consist of three boarding houses whose names are drawn from traditional Larrakia words. The Larrakia people are the traditional owners of the Darwin region.

Dewarra, pronounced ‘Du-wah-rra’ is the Larrakia name for spider. Opened in January 2018, this is the School's newly refurbished boarding facility and is home to up to 80 Aboriginal students from remote areas. The Dewarra dormitory has both individual and shared rooms, and communal areas that include a reception, common rooms, games room, music room, computer rooms, kitchens and outdoor areas, including fire pits, ponds and gym equipment.

Outdoor Recreation Area

Main Common Room

Dormitory Room

Gumimba, pronounced 'Goo-mimba' is the Larrakia name for the freshwater crocodile (Crocodylus johnstoni). This facility will be refurbished by the end of 2018 ready for the 2019 School Year.

What to Bring

The School provides pillows, towels and bed linen but students can bring their own if preferred. Each room has fixed beds, ceiling fan, study desk with chair and wardrobe. A television is provided in each common room. No televisions are allowed in individual rooms; however, portable stereo systems are permitted.

Additional Facilities

The School Shop and Canteen is open on school days for extended hours. It sells a variety of items including stationery, personal items, canteen food and drinks. The Shop operates in addition to the main dining hall, the Mayuma Room.