Toolamba Primary School

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Toolamba Primary School is a primary school of approximately 190 students located in the township of Toolamba, 17 kilometres south of Shepparton on the western side of the Goulburn River. [1] The principal is Heather Kennedy. [2]

It includes a kindergarten. [3]

A fire destroyed the school in 2010. Students continued their education in other schools in the district and a portable facility was used until late 2012 when a new school was completed. [4] [5]

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