It has been a busy 13 days for the Estancia delegation!

Naomi MuirEstancia, Latest News

The adventure has continued over the past week with the activities quickly filling up the delegation’s days in Wyndham.

Students have:

  • Got in on the action with the emergency services
  • Experienced local history first hand with a ghostly tour around Werribee Mansion
  • Viewed the city from above with a circuit on the Melbourne Star
  • Puzzled their way through the Melbourne Escape rooms with logic and a bit of luck
  • Attempted to stay upright on ice skates
  • Tested their loyalty to the local football teams through a persistent rain storm
  • Seen the sights of downtown Melbourne by foot and tram
  • Practiced their cooking skills in the school Food Studies kitchens
  • Visited other local schools
  • Stood up and presented to several audiences including the local Mayor and Councillors of Wyndham City Council

If they say they are tired, it would not be surprising but there is more in store and these eager students are up for the challenge.

  • Wyndham Harbour in the sunshine

    L-R Anne, Justin, Lena, Sarah, Mila, Jessica, Emma, Ian

  • Werribee Mansion has a long history and on this night we met some of it’s ghosts

  • Jessica is in the drivers seat at Hoppers Crossing Police Station

  • Checking out the ride

  • Safety first Emma!

  • About to board the Melbourne Star

  • And away we go

  • Stars on the ice

  • Almost ready for those figure skating classes

  • It’s a Melbourne home game at the MCG

  • Shout out to those brave souls who stayed on the fence for the whole match and braved the rain in the second half

  • It’s a long way up into the fire truck

  • We’ll all be safe if a fire breaks out, Justin has it covered

  • The girls don’t look convinced by their own cooking skills

  • Seeing the sights of Melbourne – down by the Yarra River

  • Seeing the sights of Melbourne – street art livens up the city walls

  • The most famous meeting spot in Melbourne – under the clocks at Flinders Street Station

  • Visiting Cambridge Primary School