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Le Cordon Bleu News, 02/01/2010
Orientation Bus Tour for New Students
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January 2010

For New MIHM Students

MIHM bus tourIn the first few weeks of beginning their studies in Adelaide all new Master of International Hospitality Management students are taken on a tour to explore one Adelaide’s surrounding wine regions to gain some insight and to taste some of the wine and food produced in this beautiful state.

The recent tour involved students visiting the Adelaide Hills region. Although this tour is more centered on wine tastings, the students still began their day with a visit to a wildlife sanctuary to better acquaint themselves with Australian native animals such as kangaroos, birds, turtles, frogs, lizards, spiders and snakes.

The next stop was Hahndorf, one of the Adelaide Hills's most famous towns. Students had a chance to walk around the main street and look at the local produce, souvenir shops, craft outlets and galleries in Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement.

Lastly students visited the Hahndorf Hill Winery where they took part in a wine tasting with a regional overview conducted in an entertaining and informative way. Students received a complimentary bottle of wine of their choice to take home as a souvenir of their visit.

 

For New Bachelor Students

Bachelors bus tourThe last day of the Bachelors orientation week for students from both International Hotel Management and International Restaurant Management involves a day trip so students can explore more of Adelaide.

The recent tour took students up to explore the Adelaide Hills Region, which is approximately 20mins south of the city.

The day started off at Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary where students enjoyed a walk around the compound and an animal show, where they could get up close to native Australia animals such as Kangaroos, birds, turtles, frogs, lizards, spiders and snakes.

The next stop was Hahndorf, one of the Adelaide Hills's most famous towns. Students had a chance to walk around the main street and look at the local produce, souvenir shops, craft outlets and galleries in Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement.

The day finished off with a stop at Mt Lofty Summit where students were treated to spectacular panoramic views from the highest point overlooking Adelaide to the sea.

 

 
 
 
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