Late last term, our Year 9 students went on an excursion to Cronulla and Kurnell beaches, as a part of their Geography studies. The sunny Spring day made a perfect setting for students to appreciate God’s creations, whilst assessing the impact of human activity.
The outing required students to use different geographical skills and tools to assess the effectiveness of respective government initiatives. Coastal management strategies were investigated, combined with the impacts of coastal erosion of both North and South Cronulla Beaches. Time was also spent during the day at Silver Beach, Kurnell and Towra Point.
Students concluded the day commenting on the amazing power of winds and waves along our coastline.