Master planning

Master planning

A key focus of the Building Future Schools (BFS) Fund is to support Brisbane’s growing inner-city communities and plan for the forecast growth and demand for school places.

The BFS Fund includes master planning for 35 existing state schools across inner Brisbane.

The Queensland Government is committed to working with each school to develop each school master plan taking into account current enrolment, growth projections, infrastructure needs and site constraints.

Working in partnership with the schools, communities and stakeholders enables the department to effectively direct investment and development to meet the needs of these communities.

The master plans will assist in planning for the future infrastructure needs of these school communities as part of the inner-city schooling network. Architects and planners will work with individual schools to develop each school master plan taking into account enrolment growth projections, infrastructure needs and site constraints.

BFS master planning schools:

  • Ascot State School
  • Balmoral State High School
  • Brisbane Central State School
  • Brisbane State High School
  • Bulimba State School
  • Buranda State School
  • Coorparoo Secondary College
  • Coorparoo State School
  • Dutton Park State School
  • East Brisbane State School
  • Greenslopes State School
  • Indooroopilly State High School
  • Ironside State School
  • Ithaca Creek State School
  • Junction Park State School
  • Kelvin Grove State College
  • Milton State School
  • Morningside State School
  • Narbethong State Special School
  • New Farm State School
  • Newmarket State School
  • Norman Park State School
  • Petrie Terrace State School
  • Queensland Academy for Creative Industries
  • Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology
  • Rainworth State School
  • Red Hill Special School
  • Seven Hills State School
  • Toowong State School
  • West End State School
  • Wilston State School
  • Windsor State School
  • Wooloowin State School
  • Yeronga State High School
  • Yeronga State School

In consultation with schools, master planning processes have commenced and will be progressively developed with each school community over the course of 2018.


Last updated 6 September 2018

Master planning

A key focus of the Building Future Schools (BFS) Fund is to support Brisbane’s growing inner-city communities and plan for the forecast growth and demand for school places.

The BFS Fund includes master planning for 35 existing state schools across inner Brisbane.

The Queensland Government is committed to working with each school to develop each school master plan taking into account current enrolment, growth projections, infrastructure needs and site constraints.

Working in partnership with the schools, communities and stakeholders enables the department to effectively direct investment and development to meet the needs of these communities.

The master plans will assist in planning for the future infrastructure needs of these school communities as part of the inner-city schooling network. Architects and planners will work with individual schools to develop each school master plan taking into account enrolment growth projections, infrastructure needs and site constraints.

BFS master planning schools:

  • Ascot State School
  • Balmoral State High School
  • Brisbane Central State School
  • Brisbane State High School
  • Bulimba State School
  • Buranda State School
  • Coorparoo Secondary College
  • Coorparoo State School
  • Dutton Park State School
  • East Brisbane State School
  • Greenslopes State School
  • Indooroopilly State High School
  • Ironside State School
  • Ithaca Creek State School
  • Junction Park State School
  • Kelvin Grove State College
  • Milton State School
  • Morningside State School
  • Narbethong State Special School
  • New Farm State School
  • Newmarket State School
  • Norman Park State School
  • Petrie Terrace State School
  • Queensland Academy for Creative Industries
  • Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology
  • Rainworth State School
  • Red Hill Special School
  • Seven Hills State School
  • Toowong State School
  • West End State School
  • Wilston State School
  • Windsor State School
  • Wooloowin State School
  • Yeronga State High School
  • Yeronga State School

In consultation with schools, master planning processes have commenced and will be progressively developed with each school community over the course of 2018.


Last updated 6 September 2018