Wet and wondrous camp

Last updated 05:00 10/01/2014
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Girl Guide Emma Dermody, 12, of Tokanui, hits the water as part of activities at the Wet and Wondrous Regional Girl Guide Camp in Te Anau today.

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Girl Guides from throughout Southland and Otago have continued the fun at a regional guide camp in Te Anau today.

About 45 girl guides from throughout the region have converged on Te Anau this week for the Wet and Wondrous Regional Girl Guide camp, taking part in a range of activities including rafting, fishing, sailing, and visits to the glow-worm caves and Milford Sound.

Today's fun saw the girls braving the less than tropical conditions and hitting the water slides, as well as heading out on to the lake for a spot of kayaking.

The camp finished today.

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