Catherine Sullivan Centre is located at 59 The Boulevarde, Strathfield, NSW. It is an early learning centre for babies and young children and their families, from birth to school age, who have a hearing loss.

In 1875 Catherine Sullivan was the first deaf student to be taught by Sr M Gabriel Hogan OP, thus beginning the history of the provision by Dominican Sisters of education for children with impaired hearing in Australia and New Zealand – a service which continues in Strathfield, 140 years later. The Centre commenced in 1969. 30 children, ranging in age from 5 months to 5 years, are enrolled.

To visit the website please go to www.catherinesullivancentre.org.au.