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Early last week Channel Ten News picked up our rockclimbing adventure with Ky Furneaux, thanks to Riverlife. Check out their awesome feature below!


FUEL on Channel Ten


FUEL was founded to provide opportunities like these in order to build skills such as trust, communication, creative problem solving and resilience. By hosting experiences outside of the curriculum, FUEL hopes to #skillup all teen girls so that they’re adequately prepared to follow their dreams.

If you’re interested in hearing about more exciting opportunities as they present themselves, or want to come along to our School Holiday Program, sign up to our newsletter here.


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