Historical information

The class photograph was taken at the Bulla State School No. 46 in 1930. Two children have been identified. They are John Daniel, seated in the front row, second from the left. Vincent Daniel is standing, first on the left in the back row. The Daniel family were store holders in the Bulla township. Over the years a teacher's residence and another larger weatherboard classroom were added to the original bluestone building. The school functioned for over 100 years from the late 1870s until 2005 when it was closed and is now a private house.


The Bulla State School was one of the oldest schools in the district and served the children from surrounding areas.

Physical description

A black and white school photograph which has been photographed from another image. The twenty two children of twelve boys and ten girls are in three rows and standing in front of a bluestone building with their teacher.