First excursion for kindergarten students
Kindergarten students from Umina Beach Public School enjoyed their first excursion on September 4.
Principal Ms Lyn Davis said: "120 students, along with their teachers and helpers, boarded three buses for Bulgandry.
"Bulgandry is in the Brisbane Water National Park and is a special landscape, rich in ancient aboriginal rock art of the Guringai people.
"The engravings there are more than 200 years old with many perhaps 10 times that age.
"From there, we travelled to the Australian Reptile Park.
"We wandered around in small groups and saw dingos, spiders, snakes, koalas, kangaroos, birds, crocodiles and much more.
"Our students were also lucky enough to enjoy an animal show where they learnt about and touched a tawny frog-mouth, blue tongue and shingle back lizards, a koala and a python.
"It was a big day with lots of opportunities for exploring and some playtime at the park," Ms Davis said.
Newsletter, 10 Sep 2019
Lyn Davis, Umina Beach Public School
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