Brookfield State School is located in the leafy western suburbs of Brisbane and is part of the Metropolitan Region of Education Queensland.
The school is situated on 5.6 hectares of land. The campus of our school is located on the southern side of a hill which flows down to a large oval bordered by Moggill Creek. Currently the school consists of a mixture of architecture from the original school building (now a Professional and Collaborative Learning Centre) and original play shed to modern double teaching classrooms, covered games areas and a tuckshop.
We have 3 large Prep classrooms and a further 18 classrooms, library, assembly/special purpose hall, tuckshop building, uniform shop, music centre, outside school hours care facility, 2 amenities blocks, staffroom and new administration building.
The school has one large oval, two new tennis courts, two netball courts, a beach volleyball court, 3 covered games areas, three adventure playgrounds, two artificial grass areas and a large area of natural bush and creek.
Brookfield State School is surrounded by acreage homes and bordered by Brookfield Showgrounds, Moggill Creek and steep, narrow Boscombe Road. The majority of children are driven to school while a small number walk or ride bikes.
The school community values the 'rural' feel of our school.