Wednesday morning saw cloudy skies and misty rain but by the time we were ready to start our morning activities the sun was starting to dawn on what was to become a perfect day full of fun, challenges, sand and sea.
We arrived safely at camp and the morning drizzle turned into a sunny afternoon. After a lunch of salad rolls we headed out to start our activities. As you can see we are having a ball although I think the water was a bit chilly. Dinner was lasagne and salad and it really hit the spot. Tonight we are playing Minute to Win it games then it will be time to hit the sack for a well earned rest.
On our final day we packed up and boarded the bus and headed off to watch the pelicans being fed. Before leaving the camp the cleaning staff complimented our children on the tidiness of their rooms, telling us that we were one of the best camp groups that they had ever had. We farewelled Emily our PIAR activity organiser, we were her last group at Phillip Island Adventure Resort as she heads off to NSW and a new job.
After taking a walk along the pier and watching the pelicans being fed a tired but happy group of campers said goodbye to Phillip Island and headed for home. A huge thankyou to everyone who attended, parents, teachers and students. You all contributed to a fantastic camp.
Day 3 saw the sun shining brightly as we headed off to Smith’s Beach. After lunch we cooked campfire pancakes, searched for insects and tadpoles in the pond and had a well earned swim. Tonight it’s party time as we all get on our camp T-shirts and hit the dance floor.
We arrived at camp under cloudy conditions but as you can see the weather was kind to us and the sun was shining onour activities.
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