The future is bright!
Students of the Snowy Mountains have submitted almost 200 creative ideas this year.
To celebrate National Science Week 2020, students in years 3-6 (stage 2 and 3) living across the Snowy Mountains have designed power stations of the future that generate 100% Australian-made renewable energy.
Competition winners will receive an overnight Taronga Zoo experience for up to two adults and two children to attend their choice of a Roar and Snore package at Taronga Zoo, Sydney, or a Zoofari Lodge package at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, plus a tour of Tumut 3 Power Station for their class.
Judges Choice Awards
Winner: Riley Maher, St Joseph’s Primary School, Adelong – Year 4
Runner-up: Max Ward, Cooma North Public School, Cooma – Year 4
Winner: Josie Eastman, Cooma North Public School – Year 6
Runner-up: Harry and Ted Pearce, St Joseph’s Primary, Adelong – Year 5
Community Choice Awards
Winner: Annabelle Jones, Jindabyne Central School, Jindabyne – Year 4
Runner-up: Riley Maher, St Joseph’s Primary School, Adelong – Year 4
Winner: Harry and Ted Pearce, St Josephs Primary, Adelong – Year 5
Runner-up: Nicholas Scott, Khancoban Primary School, Khancoban – Year 5
Check out all the fantastic entries in the galleries below.