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Last Monday six of our year five students depart for the adventure of a lifetime. They all spent 5 days in Hobart and went on a day trip to the icy continent Antarctica! The trip is their prize for winning a competition run by the Australian Antarctic Division to name Australia’s new ice breaker ship.
After conducting research on the role of an icebreaker, how ships are named and Antarctica’s geography and history they submitted the name “Nuyina” which means Southern Lights in Palawa Kani, a constructed Tasmanian Aboriginal language. This name continues the history of past Australian ships being named after the magnificent light display seen in the skies over the Antarctic.

We are looking forward to hearing their tales and seeing photos of their experiences on their return. 
Please click on the link their interview on the "Today Show".

Once in a Lifetime Trip to Antarctica



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