Facilities


Diamond Creek Primary School is situated on a large and well maintained allotment. We have four main buildings which were each constructed at different times, uniquely reflecting the history of the school's development.

The four buildings basically comprise the administration building, the junior learning area, the senior learning area and the specialist facility.

A walk through the school is a walk through history with the original Diamond Creek Primary School building, constructed in 1870 still being used very productively as it houses the school's Library and Performing Arts / Languages facility.  The Art room and multipurpose room, (incorporating the Before and After School Care facility),  along with the Junior learning area have all been constructed at various stages throughout the life of the school. And the senior learning area being the newest construction, was only completed in 2011.

Our children, families and staff are all very proud of our beautiful school setting and the individuality of each of our buildings. Our entire community works together to ensure they are well maintained, as are the grounds and picturesque gardens. 

Our grounds are spacious and generously provide room for all types of play. We have a full sized basketball court, a fantastic  synthi-grass oval, four adventure playgrounds which are purpose-built for different play challenges,  shaded areas including the central courtyard, gardens and veranda areas. There is also a beautifully landscaped veggie patch area, sensory garden, hot house, wetland areas, bat tennis courts, rebound walls, and a number of hard surface areas suitable for ball games, skipping and many other fun-filled games.

Something for everyone is included in the Diamond Creek Primary School facilities.