The oldest state primary schools in Queensland
The following schools are the oldest state primary schools in Queensland still open in 2009.
|Name of school||Opening date||Notes|
|Amberley State School (formerly
Warrill Creek State School)
|Condamine State School||01/01/1863|
|Dalby State School||01/06/1861|
|Drayton State School||16/08/1851|
|Fortitude Valley State School||01/10/1861||Opening date:
First head teacher appointed.
Board of General Education Select Committee 1861 references suggest this is the opening date.
|Gayndah State School||12/10/1863|
|Gladstone Central State School||01/04/1861|
|Goondiwindi State School||01/09/1864|
|Hemmant State School||08/05/1864|
|Hendra State School||01/08/1864|
|Ipswich West State School||01/08/1861|
|Leyburn State School||13/01/1862|
|Maryborough Central State School||10/03/1862|
|Warwick East State School||04/11/1850|