Artist-in-Residence Glenn Romanis was commissioned in 2000 to design and produce components of a garden dedicated to Reconciliation for the courtyard of the planned new Cripps Centre. Working with the girls the objectives were to create a meeting place with sculpture celebrating the passing on of skills by Wurundjeri women, to create an outdoor area for reflection and to realise an innovative concept within the school community. The garden features a central digging stick, two oval coolamons, mosaics by the girls, red gum seats and native planting. It was dedicated in 2002 by Dr. John Wilson as “a place of reflection and a place where all can pause and reflect inspired by the knowledge and values that have been passed within these walls. The concept is inspired by the work of indigenous women throughout Australia”

In mid 2020 a Decommissioning Ceremony for the Reconciliation Garden was held as it is being relocated due to the ongoing building works.