1 year ago

When:
4 March, 2017

Location:
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

Organised by:
Engineering Students Association


Hey there, you nerdy lot! ESA would like to invite you all to our first ever Engi-Trip! Join us on Saturday 4th of March 9am-5pm for the Tidbinbilla Day Trip, which promises a day of stunning local flora and fauna, as well as a chance to witness some of the space research that takes place right here in the ACT (unfortunately the Vice-Chancellor Brian will not be making an appearance as he has a lot of Schmidt to do.).

In the morning we’ll be hitting up the Tidbinbilla Deep Space Station, where you can tour the museum and check out a dusty old rock from the moon (which is actually pretty cool, you’ll think it’s out of this world ;) ), then for lunch you’ll have a chance to soak up the beauty of the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. In the afternoon we’ll be going to Corin Forrest where you can take a slippery dip down the 1.2km Alpine Slide through the majestic Mountain Ash Forest, and then we will finish up at Mt. Stromlo Observatory where the views are simply celestial ;)

A chartered bus will be taking care of all your travel needs, including picking you up from and dropping you off at campus, and of course lunch will be provided in classic Engi-BBQ style. Tickets are only $10 for ESA members or $15 for non-ESA members!

So, Jupiter book your tickets now, before they sell out! Specific details for the day will follow after your ticket purchase.

Xoxo
ESA.