On Tuesday and Wednesday the Grade 3s had their camp at Maldon. It was very wet for the two days but this didn’t stop them getting out and about and having a great time. Some of the kids have written about it.
Well we are into our 3rd day of our Canberra adventure. The trip up seemed to go pretty quick. We stopped in Glenrowan, famous for the Ned Kelly capture. For lunch we stopped in at Holbrook which has the submarine in the park and then our last stop was at Gundagai, famous for the dog on the Tucker Box. We arrived at the caravan park around 4pm
Yesterday we started the day with a drive up Mt Ainsle which gives you fantastic views of Canberra. Next we went to the National Gallery of Australia and then the High Court of Australia. We were lucky enough to see a case in action. We had a quick drive around the embassies and then off to lunch.
After lunch in the park we headed into town for a quick walk around and then we headed to the National Museum. We then returned to the camp for dinner. We ended the day with kick the can in the dark with glow sticks.
So what have you been up to?