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A bit about us

At Hayman Island State School we are focused on providing a positive, supportive and academically rigorous environment. Our students learn in a multi-age environment where all student's academic and social needs are addressed.

Generally, Hayman Island students perform well above the National Minimum Standard (NMS) in NAPLAN so our goals are focussed on raising the bar for these students and to provide support for students with specific learning needs to achieve success.

Hayman Island State School is located on Hayman Island in the Whitsunday group, about 50 kilometres from mainland Australia. Our remote school site, 1060, is accessible only to staff children and resident guests of Hayman Island Resort. The journey over to our little patch of paradise will take you 55 minutes aboard one of the resort's vessels that ferries guests, staff, contractors and departmental visitors from either Port of Airlie or Hamilton Island.

We have a teaching principal and early childhood teacher. Currently we have 8 students enrolled in all year levels from Prep to year 7.

Hayman Island has had an operating primary school since 1956 when Reg​ Ansett owned the island. The school celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006, where we were able to get the first principal of the island, Mrs Elvira Davies, to return for a visit.

The One & Only Hayman Island Resort employs all our parents and gives great support to the school. We are a small school with a proactive P&C that are constantly fundraising to provide resources for our school. We communicate with our community through emails and newsletters.

For more information have a look at our parent information presentation (PDF, 697 KB)​.