Goulburn High School students say G'Day USA

While many of us settle back into work, a group of nineteen Goulburn High School students are starting a Californian adventure.

REARING TO GO: The students at Sydney Airport as they head off on December 2. Picture: Supplied.

REARING TO GO: The students at Sydney Airport as they head off on December 2. Picture: Supplied.

As part of the G’Day USA program, the students will be undertaking a twenty day cultural exchange.

Touching down in Los Angeles, the students will visit Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm and Universal Studios before going to watch the LA Lakers NBA team hit the court. 

After a visit to Hollywood, the students will head to San Diego where they will live with an American family for eleven days.

Th students will have a chance to see an American school and explore San Diego, including the world famous San Diego Sea World.

The trip will conclude in San Francisco with two days of exploration, including a visit to Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Keep posted for regular updates from the group .