Bundaberg State High School now on the Queensland Heritage Register
By JOL Admin | 17 July 2017
The Queensland Heritage Council recently announced that several buildings at Bundaberg State High School have been added to the Queensland Heritage Register. The Queensland Heritage Register is a list of places that have cultural heritage significance to the people of Queensland.
According to the Queensland Heritage Register database, the buildings added to the register were Block D (built in 1920 and the oldest surviving purpose-built state high school building of its type in Queensland), Block G - the former vocational building (built in 1920, extended 1937 and 1956), and Block R (built in 1956) and Block M (built in 1959).
A detailed history of these buildings can be found on the Queensland Heritage Register website.
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