For breakfast our Bashers shared their tourism $ around a range of cafes and venues in Wagga before driving north to the town of Wyangala, famous for the Wyangala Dam opened in 1935 which can hold 1.2 megalitres – twice the volume of Sydney Harbour. The picturesque Wyangala Dam Public School and its 4 students hosted our Bash lunch where they received $5,400 for a fantastic playground sandboard. We then travelled northeast to the motoring hub of Bathurst. As well as being famous for Mount Panorama, Bathurst was the site of Australia’s first gold rush and home to our beloved Chiko Roll.
Today’s fun stop saw us switch our Bash cars for billy karts, we’ve never seen so many adults laugh so hard! A brilliant way to spend some time this afternoon.
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