Over the recent school holidays, 42 Year 10 students travelled to Kakadu, Northern Territory. We are extremely proud of the group as they were fantastic representatives of our College throughout the trip; we received very positive feedback from the general public that we encountered as well as from the group's driver and cook. The success of the trip is very much a credit to the mature, engaged, and enthusiastic students and the team of staff who joined them; everyone enjoyed a great experience with great weather, much laughter, and twelve days of memorable moments that will be cherised forever.
One of our Year 10 students, Michelle Grover, has written the reflection below:
Over the holidays, 42 Year 10 students and five teachers had the fantastic opportunity to go on the 2018 Kakadu trip. Our trip started on Friday 21 September where we all met at the bus stop at school early in the morning to travel to the airport and fly to Uluru.
Some of the amazing things that we did during the twelve days we were away included:
The last day finally came sadly, and we packed up camp for the last time, travelled to the airport, and left the Northern Territory for Melbourne.
By the end of the trip, we had all made many new friends and got to know people we wouldn’t have met otherwise. We were also so lucky to have had the opportunity to visit so many amazing places and learn so many new things. It was a great trip that I’ll always remember fondly. If you are in year 9 now, I definitely would recommend going on the Kakadu trip next year!
See the gallery below for some images from the trip, more photos have also been shared on our College Facebook page.
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