Migration Museum Excursion

Last Friday, the 4th of November, our class went on an excursion to the Migration Museum in the city.
Check out our photos on the excursions / camps page in the next few days as we upload photos and information about our excursion.
Here are some of the photos that we have.

Migration Museum Excursion on PhotoPeach

10 thoughts on “Migration Museum Excursion

  1. Wow you are busy students in room 24! This excursion looks like fantastic fun. It looks like you learned a lot of new and interesting things too. Amelia loved making her bracelet….how about you?

  2. Good job kids! Hope you were all on your best behaviour! I went to primary school in Whyalla. It is a long way from Adelaide.

  3. Margaret-Gran to Trent – sounds like the Migration Museum was very interesting, and helped you understand what it was like in Australia when we arrived in 1971.

  4. Hello everyone.
    I am Harry’s Grandpa-Papa Tim.
    It looks like you had a great time at the migration museum. I never had the chance to go to anything like that when I was your age. I grew up in a small country town in NSW and we got to learn about history from something called ‘books’…do you still use them? Just kidding I know you do. Keep up the good work and be nice to your teacher.

  5. Hi Guys
    It’s Tracy (Brodie’s Mum) here. Looks like you had a great time at the Migration Museum. Just near that museum is a little cafe where I used to work and we would get lots of visitors who had been to the museum coming in for a cup of coffee or a piece or cake.
    Hope you all had fun – and weren’t TOO noisy on the bus!

  6. The Migration Museum are currently collecting information about the Hostels that were used for Immigrants back in the late 1960’s/early 1970’s. Jordan’s Grandparents are one of these families.They came from Scotland. Is there any other children in room 24 that parents/grandparents had to stay in a Hostel????

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