Trinity was the first board to examine candidates in music in Australia, and now it examines thousands of candidates every year in music, drama and speech. Trinity runs its operation in Australia through its team of local representatives in every state, overseen by the National Manager in Sydney.
Trinity is proud of its association with Australia and strongly supports Australian teachers and students, as well as working ever more closely with schools and colleges. Through syllabus innovation, Trinity is keen to promote the work of Australian composers, writers and dramatists.
Trinity undertakes a range of teacher professional learning opportunities and is also the proud sponsor of a number of important events, most notably the Sydney International Piano Competition of Australia.
All tertiary institutions recognize Trinity grades and diplomas as awards assisting applicants to gain entry. A large number of universities now provide additional bonus points for entry upon successful completion of Trinity diplomas. In Queensland, Trinity grades (from Grade 5) and diplomas are included on students’ Queensland Certificate of Education.
All Music, Drama and Speech, as well as Rock & Pop syllabuses, are examined throughout Australia.
Enrolments are organized via the local representative. Please email the National Manager for a contact list of representatives, entry forms, fees and closing dates.
Workshops, teacher seminars and masterclasses are organised to assist teachers and students. Please visit our Australia website news page or subscribe to the Australian Newsletter to be kept up to date with all the essential information for Australia.
All resources for schools and teachers available through the local representative, or the National Manager.
Details of our exam dates and fees can also be found on our Australia website here, along with a complete list of regional centres/representatives.
Please note: regional centres do not conduct examinations in all sessions. Check with your local centre representative for details of which examination sessions will be conducted in your region
Contact: Mr Barry Walmsley, Australian National Manager
Click here to find your local area representative.