2017

  • 2017

    That’s a wrap for 2017

    - by g-oz

    2017 was a big and exciting year for g-oz. We marked our eighth year in Halls Creek, our fifth year in Carnarvon and our second year in Lockhart River, but most importantly we celebrated our 10th birthday!

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  • 2017

    Friendships new and old

    - by g-oz

    In the tenth anniversary year of g-oz, we were excited to have ten girls from Halls Creek spend an action packed week in Perth where they connected with former teachers and older girls from their home town.

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  • 2017

    Marmion Street to Melbourne: Carnarvon girls hit the east coast

    - by g-oz

    On Tuesday November 14, eight girls in Years 7-10 fro Carnarvon Community College travelled to Melbourne to engage in a week-long itinerary designed to highlight employment and education opportunities, as well as offer performing arts experiences.

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  • 2017

    How much can eight girls do in one week?

    - by g-oz

    Frolicking with the Queensland Ballet, afternoon tea with a former Governor-General, hitting cricket balls with Queensland Fire players, one day seeing Wizard of Oz at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre and the next day doing two performances there with the

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  • 2017

    Celebrating the first 10 years of g-oz!

    - by g-oz

    Happy birthday Girls from Oz! When Australian School of Performing Arts (ASPA) Directors Judith Curphey, Jane Curphey and Nicole Muir talked about their hopes, dreams and aspirations in 2006 they were clear about their shared desire to make high quality

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  • 2017

    Westpac Community Grant

    - by g-oz

    Since 1999, the Westpac Foundation has granted more than $34 million to over 590 not-for-profit organisations across Australia. We are pleased to announce that Girls from Oz is one of their 200 Community Grant recipients in 2017!

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