Sudan grass in stook, State Farm, Gindie, circa 1933
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The Gindie State Farm was established In 1898 to experiment with growing new kinds of crops in the district such as sorghum, maize and pumpkins. The farm closed in 1932.
Gindie State School is a government co-educational primary (P-7) school located on the Old Cullen-La-Ringo Road. In 2013, the school had an enrolment of 40 students in two classes, P-2 and 3-7, with 3 teachers (2 full-time equivalent).
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