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Golden Square Primary School (Laurel Street Campus)



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Golden Square Primary School (Laurel Street Campus)

Golden Square Primary School (Laurel Street Campus)

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Latitude -36.7727° S 36.7727° S 36° 46' 21.72" -36° 46.362'
Longitude 144.262° E 144.262° E 144° 15' 43.2" 144° 15.72'
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6 Laurel Street
Golden Square
Victoria
3555
Australia
Phone No.
03 5443 6877
If calling from outside Australia: +61 3 5443 6877

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No fax number available

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