Primary contact272 Military Road, Cremorne
Sydney, New South Wales 2090
Established in 1884 by Elizabeth Liggins and Clara Arnold as one of the first non-denominational girls' schools on Sydney's Lower North Shore, Redlands has undergone several changes including a fifty year period - it was a girls' boarding school (with boys in the Prep School) from the 1890s to early 1940s, then an all girls' Anglican day school from the mid-1940s to the mid-1970s. Redlands has been a co-educational Anglican day school since 1978.
The school was established in Fitzroy Street, Milson's Point but moved to its current location on Military Road, Cremorne in September 1899. Misses Liggins and Arnold bought 'Redlands', originally built by Gerard Phillips and took the name for their school. The original house, 'Redlands' was demolished in 1936. In 1989, the school purchased the former site of Cremorne Girls' High School on Murdoch Street, Cremorne. The campus, occupied by the Junior and Middle School, was opened in 1990. The site is now occupied by the Preparatory and Junior Schools with the entire Senior School (Years 7 to 12) located on the Military Road campus.
In the mid-1990s, Redlands acquired its High Country Campus at Jindabyne where its Winter School is held each year in Term 3.