KELSO Public students got a first hand look inside the Carillon and other major landmarks on Monday as part of their geography studies.
Special education teacher at the school, Elise Wood said the students visited several locations in Bathurst.
"We spent the morning up at Wahluu where we met with a Wiradjuri elder, then we went down to the river where we re-enacted the Dream Time Story on the river bank."
She said the group then met with Simon Armitage who spoke about flood management and the students also looked at pictures of the river and how it was used.
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"We then came to the CBD to look at the courthouse restoration, before going to Machattie Park and through the fernery and see how its managed. After this the students got to see the Carillon, and met people from the RSL to talk about the eternal flame and its significance and then we got to listen to a rehearsal," she said.
Ms Wood said all stage one and two students from Kelso Public attended the excursion.
"They are learning the geography program and looking at local places and spaces."
She said he kids loved the excursion.
"They thought Wahluu was amazing they learned about the creation story. They loved the story telling, it was amazing," she said.