What is significant? The Toora State School Jubilee Gates, erected in 1938, at 33 Gray Street, Toora.
Why is it significant? The Toora State School Jubilee Gates are of local historic, social and aesthetic significance to the district of Yanakie.
Historically and socially, they commemorate the jubilee of the Toora State School in 1938 and recall the early history of the school. They have strong associations for many current and former students are now the oldest built structure on the site. (AHC criteria A.4, D.2 & G1)
Aesthetically, they are significant as representative example of an interwar memorial, which contributes to the character of Toora Primary School. (AHC criterion - E.1)