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Primary Schools Around Box Hill

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Barloa Road
Mont Albert VIC 3127
(03) 9890 1331


Middleborough Road
Blackburn VIC 3130
(03) 9898 5811


Box Hill North Primary School‎
Elizabeth Street
Box Hill North VIC 3129
(03)9890 5023

Kerrimuir Primary‎
Molbray Street
Box Hill North VIC 3129
(03) 9898 1494

St Francis Xavier's Primary School‎
1087 Whitehorse Road
Box Hill VIC 3128
(03)9890 1108

Roberts McCubbin Primary School‎
57 Birdwood Street
Box Hill South VIC 3128
(03) 9890 2372

Surrey Hills Primary‎
Beatrice Avenue
Surrey Hills VIC 3127
(03) 9890 1560


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