The 2017 TROHPIQ Cherbourg trip was a rewarding, inspiring and fun experience for all involved!
Students on the trip were from a range of health disciplines and universities, and enjoyed getting to know one another while running a health promotion stall for kids at a local football carnival in the Indigenous community of Cherbourg.
Attendees were able to hear from Elder Eric Law at The Ration Shed Museum, and learn about the complex past of Cherbourg, and have a tour of the Cherbourg Health Service.
Students all camped in a near by town Goomeri – which was in the swing of their annual Pumpkin Festival. Everyone got into the swing of the dinner dance, the pumpkin roll, pig races, the pumpkin scones, pie, soup, bread and so much more.
We hope you all apply next year!