St Paul's College is located on the northern outskirts of Walla Walla. The township of Walla Walla (known locally as "Walla") is nestled in the rolling hills of the south west slopes of NSW; by road approximately 40 km north of Albury-Wodonga and 100 km south of Wagga Wagga; 540 km south-west of Sydney and 350 km north of Melbourne.
The township of Walla has approximately 700 residents. It is a growing rural community, steeped in history, supporting a significant manufacturing base and providing a range of services to the local and wider community.
Farming is predominantly winter cropping (cereals, canola and lupins), sheep and cattle. The town supports significant local employment as well as being home to people who commute to Albury-Wodonga for their work.