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21 School Excursions You'll Only Remember If You Grew Up In Sydney

Going to Luna Park for a maths excursion was the best.

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2. You spent all your pocket money at the Royal Easter Show.

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No one really knew the educational purpose behind the coveted Easter Show school excursion, but if meant getting to go out on a school day, no one would question it.

3. You were able to get up close and personal with the animals at SEA LIFE Aquarium and WILD LIFE Zoo.

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Cute, cuddly koalas: tick. Creepy looking, humongous crocodile that looked like it could bite off your head at any second: yeah, nah.

4. You went on a two-night "camp" to Canberra and learned about the Australian government.

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Other attractions included visiting the Museum of Australian Democracy (yawn), The Australian Memorial, and everyone's personal favourite, Questacon.

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6. You pretended to understand the artworks at the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

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*Looks at a painting of a bowl of fruit*

"Yes, very good. Lots of, uh, symbolism through the use of that yellow for the bananas."

7. You contemplated your potentially non-existent future at either the HSC and Careers Expo, or the Western Sydney Careers Expo.

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9. You visited Terrigal and Wamberal to study rocks, sand, and wave movements for Geography.

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Bonus points if your teacher did the whole ~chuck the tennis ball into the ocean to see if it comes back~ exercise.

10. You were left slightly traumatised after learning road safety at Bstreetsmart.

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Those live road safety demonstrations with the fake blood, banged-up cars, and mannequins really shook you up.

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18. You roughed it at The Great Aussie Bush Camp.

21. But everyone's favourite had to be when you solved maths problems at Luna Park.

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At least that's what everyone was supposed to be doing... but you just ended up copying your mate's answers on the bus back to school.