Payment Information

27 March 2024


Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) 

CSEF is provided by the Victorian Government to assist eligible families to cover the costs of school trips, camps and sporting activities. If you hold a valid, means-tested concession card or you are a temporary foster parent, you may be eligible for CSEF.


Department of Education & Training - Parent Information

A special consideration category also exists for asylum seeker and refugee families.

The allowance is paid directly to the school to use towards expenses relating to camps, excursions or sporting activities for the benefit of your child. The annual CSEF amount per student is $250.00 for secondary school students.


Thank you to all the families who have submitted their CSEF forms and provided their Health Care Card to the office to be copied.


Contact the school office to obtain a CSEF application form or Download the form directly here  Please note we require a copy of your Centrelink card with the application.


Applications close 28 June 2024.



CSEF Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to fill out a new form if I have previously applied for CSEF through Mullauna College?


No, your previous application will be rolled over to the new school year.


My circumstances have changed and I am now eligible to apply for CSEF through Mullauna College?


Download, complete and return the attached form along with your Health Care card, we will take a copy of your card at the office to accompany your application. 

You can also collect a form from the General Office, we will take a copy of your Health Care card while you complete the form.


How much will Mullauna College receive and what will the funds be used for?


Mullauna will receive $250.00 per student attending Mullauna College in the 2024 school year.


Funds can only be used for the cost of Camps, Sports and Excursions, this excludes Uniform items - including sports uniform, School fees, curriculum consumables, voluntary charges, School Formals and Debutante Balls.


Unused funds remain with the child, while they are attending Mullauna College and are rolled over each year.


What will happen to remaining funds (if any) when my child leaves/finishes at Mullauna College?


If your child transfers to another Government Secondary School Setting, the funds will be transferred directly to that school.


In cases where a sibling remains at Mullauna College, these funds are transferred to the sibling to use for Camps, sports and excursions.


CSEF funds are not transferable to independent schools, families, students, TAFEs or universities. 


CSEF and Shared Custody?

The payment system only allows one application per student. Parents in Shared Custody situations (who both hold concession cards) must make the decision beforehand who applies for the CSEF at the School on behalf of their children.


The CSEF is for the benefit of the parent who is in receipt of the CSEF.

Schools should not be put into the position of arbitrating this decision.



The college's preferred method of payment is through the COMPASS Parent Portal. An EFT payment facility is available at the General office. If making a cash payment, please ensure that the correct amount is presented to the office.  The school office is unable to give change. 

Ms Laura SteelMs Nat Rieger  
Accounts ReceivableBusiness Manager