The dioceses of the Anglican Church of Australia maintain a range of education institutions designed to develop the ministry skills of clergy and lay people to a high standard. There are a number of theological colleges dedicated to equipping Anglicans for all kinds of ministry throughout Australia. Some colleges work independently whilst others are part of larger, ecumenical consortiums.
For further information about the range of theological education activities on offer, please contact these institutions:
Moore Theological College (Sydney)
Ridley College (Melbourne)
St Barnabas College (Adelaide)
St Francis Theological College (Brisbane)
St Mark's National Theological Centre, Canberra (Canberra & Goulburn)
Trinity College Theological School (Melbourne)
Wollaston Theological College (Perth)
The Anglican Theological Educators Network is a national Anglican network of clergy and laypeople working in the ministry formation and development.