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Each trout caught was carefully measured and weighed. Each student received a certificate with their trout’s vital statistics.
Students also obtained their fishing licences, cast a line & each caught a rainbow trout, which was gutted & packed for the return trip home.
Students enjoyed a guided tour through the Trout Centre and listened to the educational information about whio – the endangered blue duck.
Our students learnt about freshwater ecology issues, sustainability and recreational pursuits on the Tongariro River.
A two hour lesson covering the basics of snowboarding and providing out students with the skills they needed to get them started.
Very excited students eager to learn skiing and snowboarding skills.