National Final 2016

The 2016 National Final took place on Friday 21st October 2016 at the University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay Campus. Eight of the top schools from across Australia battled it out in a range of exciting hands-on activities that were kept secret until the morning of the event and were designed to demonstrate the varied and practical elements of a career in the disciplines of science and engineering.

Congratulations to the National Final Winners from St Mary's High School (Gateshead, NSW)!

Despite being one of the strongest and most competitive fields we have ever seen, the newly crowned National Champions placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in 11 of the 13 activity scores which is an amazing achievement. In the end they finished 280 points in front of runners-up Launceston Christian College. Third place went to another Tasmanian school, Mount Carmel College, followed by Immanuel College (SA) in fourth place.

See the full results below.

Didnt catch it? Check out the 2016 National Final on our YouTube Channel.

Results

Placing
Qualifying School
Regional Qualifying Score
State Final Qualifying Score
National Final Score
1st

St Mary’s High School

(NSW)

1407.68

1310.73

1280.89
2nd

Launceston Christian School

(TAS)

1397.221397.13998.97
3rd

Mount Carmel College

(Wildcard)

1310.65Wildcard entry from the host committee region (Hobart) based on highest regional score.957.19
4th

Immanuel College

(SA)

1290.671151.00946.84
5th

Bendigo South East College

(VIC)

1494.19   No Super Challenge event in Victoria921.88
6th

St Peter’s Lutheran College

(QLD)

1445.27 No Super Challenge event in Queensland 793.79
7th

Georgiana Molloy Anglican School

(WA)

1276.47 No Super Challenge event in Western Australia 719.44
8th

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic College

(NT)

1130.91No Super Challenge event in Northern Territory428.50

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.