Study abroad is an enriching and eye-opening adventure, where learning extends far beyond the classroom. The experience exposes students to new ways of thinking, living, and viewing the world. Benefits include the opportunity to learn about another culture firsthand. Students can travel, fulfill major and minor coursework requirements, and develop new intellectual pursuits, skills, and perspectives.
Every year, we enjoy hosting students from the University for a couple of days, and during their stay, the students learn a little more about living in Australia, living on a farm and most importantly the joys of a BBQ and pavlova.
This week we had a wonderful visit from students, parents and teachers from the Kingold Primary School in China.
Staying for just one night, our guests were able to experience a little bit of life on the farm, feeding the horses and the chickens, playing with Travis and Kaylee, swimming in the pool, and spotting kangaroos.
Hi Steve, Greetings from sunny Singapore! After 8 hours of flying, where we were fed constantly, sitting down, watching 3 in-flight movies, we arrived home safely. Having gone through some 600 photos we’ve taken of our wonderful trip in Brisbane, those taken in Magpie Creek hold precious memories for us. We have attached some especially good ones for you. Hope you like them too.