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Where: Building 42, Level 1, University of Wollongong Further information: Dr Melissa Thompson, University of Wollongong, phone 4221 3512 or mobile: 0403 525 684; Mr Andrew Page, Oak Flats High School, phone: 4261 1416; Ms Trish Morgan, Dapto High School, phone: 4256 1888.
Enjoy a glass of French sparkling on arrival, delicious canapés throughout the night and an array of entertainment including; dancing, speed dating, public messages to the big screen (for those of you too shy to approach), mask reveal, photo booth and much, much more!
Pose the question of what ‘speed dating’ is to high school students and it’s likely we all know what their overwhelming responses might be.
But the students are to be confronted with dating of another kind this week.
The advantage of our holidays is that you travel with other single people and solo travellers.
No Children, No Couples, No Large Crouds, No Hassels.
You'll be positioned with singles you relate to and who share your outlook on life at our dinners and events.
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