Nundah State School is one of the oldest primary schools in Queensland. It was founded in 1865 on the same site that it occupies today. We have a very long and proud tradition of serving our community by providing excellent education. A vital part of this is the partnership between schools, parents/carers and the whole community. Your involvement and interest in our school and the education of your children is very much appreciated.
Nundah State School has been rapidly growing over the past few years as our community changes, with renovated houses and more apartment complexes. Our school reached its peak capacity in 2014 with approximately 29 classes (between 710-730 students). Although this may seem large, one of the lovely things about our school is its community connectedness.
The school features a magnificent, heritage-listed building constructed in the 1930s. Nundah State School has among the finest facilities of any primary school in Brisbane, consisting of a pool, tennis courts, playgrounds, an oval, sporting facilities and the best hall in Queensland! Many of these facilities were provided by our active and involved parent body and local community. Community spirit has been a feature of the school for 150 years.