Australian Country

A BUSH CLASSROOM

Tully O’Regan is dancing around the bleeding obvious. The 17-year-old year 11 student from Sydney’s Cranbrook School, soon to become its 2019 Head Boy, is way too diplomatic to say anything critical of his fellow students. But when pushed on the benefits of the school’s recently acquired outdoor learning campus at Wolgan Valley, Tully does venture that for many of the boys from the prestigious eastern suburbs school, the Wolgan Valley camping experience is

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