Reunions and Events 

To book and pay or to find out about planned reunions, please scroll down to browse the Old Girls' reunions and events area below. 

With the support of the AOGU, the Old Girls Assistant facilitates decade and five-year reunions. To ensure that you are notified of your year group's reunions, please update us with your contact details regularly. Please email the Old Girls Relations Manager or call +61 2 9473 7740 with any questions about particular reunions.



International reunions are held in London, South East Asia and the United States; please let us know if you are living in these locations so we can ensure you receive an invitation.

2022 AOGU dates for your diary

The Abbotsleigh Old Girls' Union is planning to host the following events in 2022. We would be delighted to see as many Old Girls as possible and ask you to save these dates. Please note, due to continued uncertainty regarding numbers and venues these details are an indication only; please keep an eye out for invitations and further details as the year progresses.

Meet the author
Late March/early April
Via Zoom

Old Girl Mothers' Day Breakfast
Friday 1 April
9.30-10.30 am
Bundarra Lawn, Junior School

Mothers' Day Classic charity run/walk
Early May
10 am-3 pm
Locations across Australia
Register here

Card Day
Thursday 12 May
10 am-3 pm
Grace Cossington Smith Gallery (Vindin House)
RSVP here

Speakers Breakfast
Guest speakers: Grace Pattison and Helen Hoskins (110th AOGU Anniversary Grant recipients)
Friday 10 June
8-9.30 am
Via Zoom

Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes Exhibition Tour
Friday 117 June and Tuesday 28 June
8-9.30 am
Art Gallery of NSW

Mother Daughter Dinner
Saturday 30 July
6.30-8.30 pm
Dining Room, Senior School

Speakers Drinks
Thursday 11 August
7.30-8.30 pm
Royal Exchange, Sydney

Meet the author
Evening event
Via Zoom

Old Girls vs Current Girls Debate
Tuesday12 October
6.30-7.30 pm
PDCH, Abbotsleigh Senior School and Zoom

Barefoot Bowls

Late October/early November
Afternoon to evening
Venue TBC

Golf Day
Friday 11 November
8 am-3 pm
Long Reef or Mona Vale Golf Club



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Please email the Old Girl Relations Office, or phone 02 9473 7740 to be put in contact with the organisers of the different year groups.


Regular events

AOGU meetings

The Committee of the Abbotsleigh Old Girls’ Union has a meeting on the first Wednesday of each month, during School terms.  The meetings are held in the Senior School reception area. All Old Girls of the School are welcome at these meetings.


Two annual networking events are held twice a year in Sydney to allow Old Girls to meet and hear speakers talk on a range of topics. We generally host a dinner as well as a breakfast event.

Past speakers have included Julie White, inaugural CEO of Chief Executive Women,  Katie Rigg-Smith (1995) CEO of Media Agency Mindshare Australasia, Dr Meredith Burgmann, former President of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Mrs Judith Poole, Headmistress of Abbotsleigh and Sharon Longridge partner at Worklife Wellness.

Suggestions for future speakers are warmly welcomed.

Ladies Golf Day 

Golf Day has a history over 60 years and is held annually on the second Friday after the Melbourne Cup. Old Girls, past and current Abbotsleigh mothers, FAbbS and friends of Abbotsleigh all play on this day arranged by the Abbotsleigh Old Girls’ Union. All Old Girls are entered in the Old Girls' individual stableford competition competing for the AOGU Cup and Salver Award. Please contact the Old Girls Relations Manager if you would like to play this year and scroll down to keep a lookout for the Golf Day in the Old Girl events area below.

Card Day

Card Day has been on the Old Girl calendar for decades and is traditionally held in the first two weeks of May. It is a leisurely day of bridge with old (and new!) friends. Any profit made on the day joins AOGU contributions towards the Kathleen McCredie Scholarship. The event is held in the Grace Cossington Smith Gallery in Vindin House and often coincides with an art exhibition.