Port Curtis, Queensland
|Area||50.2 km2 (19.4 sq mi)|
The Fitzroy River bounds the suburb to the north-east. Gavial Creek, a tributary of the Fitzroy River, flows through the locality with their confluence at the north of the suburb. The land is flat and low-lying (less than 10 metres above sea level).
As at 2017, very little of the land has been developed with only a few small pockets of residential and industrial use.
Port Curtis Road State School opened on 23 March 1875.
Apart from some land south of Baxter Street, Port Curtis was completely flooded by the Fitzroy River in early January 2011.
Port Curtis Road State School is a primary (P-6) school for boys and girls operated by the Queensland Government at 145 Port Curtis Road. In 2016, the school had an enrolment of 54 students with 5 teachers (4 full-time equivalent) and 6 non-teaching staff (4 full-time equivalent).
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