Education Foundation students step out of their comfort zone to learn new skills
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Twelve students stepped out of their comfort zone last week, braving a six day trek in the wilderness outside Canberra.
The 2013 AIEF-Outward Bound Experience challenged the students to navigate between campsites in pristine Namadgi National Park, where they slept under basic shelters and prepared all of their own meals.
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