Published on: 25 July 2019
Years 7 and 8 boarders enjoyed a special weekend away in Williams prior to the term break.
On arrival at the Duff family farm, situated in the state’s Wheatbelt region, the boys got straight into exploration and enjoyed a dinner by an open fire. Other activities as part of the experience included a visit to the Jesse Martin Museum, a game of golf, lunch at the Williams Woolshed – and the opportunity to witness sheep shearing up close was a key highlight for the boys.
“For some it was a familiar trip, and for others, a unique opportunity to head out to the Western Australian wheatbelt,”said Years 7 and 8 Residential Year Group Co-ordinator, Mr Andy Greig.
“The boys completed a self-expedition walk around the property and it was great to see them walking along the paddocks and out in the open enjoying each other’s company.”
“We would like to thank the Duff family for providing this opportunity for our younger boarders to get out into the countryside.”
Additional photos from the weekend experience can be viewed here.