Morling College

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Morling College
Morling College logo.png
TypePrivate, Christian
PrincipalRoss Clifford
CampusMacquarie Park, New South Wales

Morling College is a Baptist theological college in Macquarie Park, New South Wales. It is an approved teaching institution of the Australian College of Theology and a registered teaching institution of the University of Divinity and is a member of the South Pacific Association of Bible Colleges. It was established in 1916, and moved to its present location in 1961. In 1985 it was given its current name, in honour of the Revd George Henry Morling, who served as principal from 1921 to 1960.[1]

The current principal is the Revd Ross Clifford AM.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Mark Tronson, founder of Sports and Leisure Ministry (Sports Chaplaincy Australia Inc), and Well-being Australia.
  • Michael Frost, author, missiologist, and conference speaker.
  • Ross Clifford AM, Australian Baptist theologian, political commentator, radio personality, and author.


  1. ^ a b "About Morling". Morling College. Retrieved 7 April 2011.

Coordinates: 33°46′44″S 151°06′50″E / 33.779°S 151.114°E / -33.779; 151.114