Our Stage 3 adventurers returned from their Central Australia trip with lots of tales to tell.
The girls enjoyed an action packed trip seeing the highlights of the majestic red centre. They explored the unique rock formations and sacred Indigenous sites of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. After a delicious BBQ under the Milky Way, next stop was Kings Canyon for an exhausting yet rewarding hike to the summit to see awe inspiring veiws of the vast lands. The girls also enjoyed hearing from the Royal Flying Doctor Service and learning how the service helps so many people in the outback.
Jessica Marshall and Flora Feng from Year 6 said:
• Uluru base walk "was interesting and the rock formations were spectacular."• Kings Canyon rim walk "beautiful at the summit; so many amazing things to see."• Camel riding "fun and exciting."• BBQ under the stars "delicious - you could even see the Milky Way."• "We made lots of new friends and learned so much."• "The trip was an amazing experience, one we won’t forget."
Ms Nicola LoganStage 3 Leader
An Anglican day and boarding school
for girls, Kindergarten to Year 12. Founded in 1856.
26 Albion Street Waverley
NSW 2024 Australia
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