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Desert kids hits the ice

29 Nov 2011

Students from Yiramalay, a community at Fitzroy Crossing 400km north-east of Broome in WA, had their first experience of ice skating in Docklands on November 12.

The students and their Wesley College colleagues also visited Harbour Town Shopping Centre and the Waterfront City Marina as part of an “urban experience” tour.

Yiramalay and Melbourne’s Wesley College formed a partnership in 2004 to give their students a unique view of each other’s very different lifestyles. The tour was hosted by Daryl Scott from ING Real Estate.

“This will be a first-time experience for Yiramalay Year 10 students who have never seen ice before,” Mr Scott said.

“It’s a chance for this successful partnership of students to see one of the city’s leading precincts at close quarters.”

Mr Scott said students brought their own spending money but lunch at Harbour Town and entry to the Icehouse was offered.

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