21 School Excursions You'll Only Remember If You Grew Up In Sydney
Going to Luna Park for a maths excursion was the best.
You learned about the different kinds of animals at Taronga Zoo.
You spent all your pocket money at the Royal Easter Show.
You were able to get up close and personal with the animals at SEA LIFE Aquarium and WILD LIFE Zoo.
You went on a two-night "camp" to Canberra and learned about the Australian government.
You spent a week at Milson Island Sport and Recreation Centre bonding with your classmates.
You pretended to understand the artworks at the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
You contemplated your potentially non-existent future at either the HSC and Careers Expo, or the Western Sydney Careers Expo.
You went on a tour of the CSIRO Science Education Centre.
You visited Terrigal and Wamberal to study rocks, sand, and wave movements for Geography.
You were left slightly traumatised after learning road safety at Bstreetsmart.
You grossed yourself out at the Museum of Human Disease.
You cooked damper at Jindabyne Sport and Recreation Centre.
You learned about space and science at the Powerhouse Museum.
You brushed up on your Australian history at Timbertown.
You hopelessly panned for gold in the Bathurst Goldfields.
You explored underground mines at History Hill.
You admired the beautiful view at Warragamba Dam.
You roughed it at The Great Aussie Bush Camp.
You immersed yourself in the past at Old Sydney Town.
You learned about the environment while bush-walking through the Field of Mars.
But everyone's favourite had to be when you solved maths problems at Luna Park.
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF