The name Dhurringile comes from the Yorta Yorta word for crouching emu. There is a hill nearby which looks like a crouching emu, so the Dhurringile name was born!
The school was opened in 1917, after the school building was brought from Yalca East State School and re-erected here at Dhurringile.
Shepparton Advertiser 3 August 1916
The first Head Mistress was Dorothy Fields.
Students who rode their horses to school left them in the horse paddock, which is now where the boardwalk is.
The Dhurringile Primary School Centenary was held on Friday the 17th and Saturday the 18th of March 2017.