Tintern Old Girls Association (TOGA)


On a windy but clear 21 degree day, Tintern TOGA Golf Team competed with the past students of other schools in an 18-hole stableford event at Yarra Yarra on the 20 March. The Women’s Inter-school Golf Challenge Cup is a charity event which is in it’s 94th year. This year they raised a total of $3,523 for the McAuley Community Services for Women.

Congratulations to Amanda Dyer (Hoyle, Class of 1978), Sue Semmens (Class of 1978), Jacky Clark (Bovell, Class of 1968) and Melinda Thomas (Class of 1983) who placed equal 14th out of a field of 29 teams.  A special thank you also to Melinda Thomas, who is the School Representative on the Committee.

We look forward to another wonderful event in 2024.

Left to Right: Amanda Dyer (Hoyle, Class of 1978), Sue Semmens (Class of 1978), Jacky Clark (Bovell, Class of 1968) and Melinda Thomas (Class of 1983)


TOGA recently held their AGM and we would like to thank and congratulate the outgoing and incoming committee members for their continued support with their time, expertise and experience:

  • President: Carol Robertson (Hogan YG 1980)
  • Vice President: Dani Cox (YG 2009)
  • Treasurer: Jenny Brown (YG 1981)
  • Archives & Heritage: Lynne Franke (Bernadou YG 1958)
  • Committee Members:
  • Fiona Henderson (YG 1991)
  • Claire Jones (YG 1989)

Not sure if you are a TOGA member?

TOGA greatly appreciate their life Members. The funds raised from you joining as a Life Member is the funding we rely on to make our wheels turn. Being a Life Member means you financially support your Old Girls Association, receive a TOGA Badge and special benefits eg. discounts on function charges. As an Ordinary signed up member you receive voting rights.

In this 117th year we ask you to join formally if you have not already. 

If you would like to join TOGA with a once off $75 Life membership fee to support their ongoing legacy please download a membership form here and email to TOGA@tintern.vic.edu.au .

Are you interested in sharing your ideas, or joining the TOGA Committee?

TOGA was established in 1906, and there have been Tintern Old Girls Association members since this time. With thousands of amazing women that have wanted to stay connected to each other over the years. Our time as Tintern students is something that we all have in common. We see this especially at our interstate Chapter Reunions where Alumni from many different years, from the very recent graduates to those who are now in their twilight years, connect and celebrate through their shared connection as a Tintern Past student.

Please contact Carol Robertson, TOGA President, if you have activity ideas for activities or events, by email to tinternoldgirlsassociation@gmail.com for more information.



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