Our Facebook group Ku-ring-gai High School Class of 1982
For information on the classmates and the 40-year reunion
40-year Reunion

Sat 22nd Oct 2022

The Greens
50 Ridge Street
North Sydney

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Ku-ring-gai High School Photo Essay

A big thank you to Greg Sullivan (and his digital camera and computer) for creating these images for us. All photos were taken on Saturday October 20, 2001.

Every image can be clicked on for a full-sized version

If you want a high-resolution version of any of these photos (suitable for high-quality printing), please contact Greg.

First, an incredible 360º Panorama from the middle of the Quadrangle.

And if you thought that was impressive, check out the immersive Virtual Reality simulation (below)!

Please note:  This will only work properly if you have the latest version of QuickTime installed on your computer.  If you don't, you can download it for free from QuickTime's site, and then install it.  Make sure you install the Image Software and the Browser Plug-ins.

Once you've done that, click on the Virtual Reality simulation.  When the page loads and you see an image of the Quadrangle, click and hold the mouse button anywhere in the middle of the image, and drag the mouse either left or right.  It's very cool.

If the picture appears, but is on its side, then you don't have QuickTime installed!

Several more excellent panoramas

Inside Tagore Block

Inside Lincoln Block

Looking east toward the Quadrangle

Looking north-east toward the canteen

Bobbin Head Road looking north

Bobbin Head Road looking south

Our famous Bini Shell, looking west

And looking south

The School!

Looking south-west toward Churchill Block

Looking south-west toward Churchill Block

Looking north-wast across the Quadrangle

Photos that cover every aspect of our old stomping grounds...

The walkway down
to Tagore Block

Exiting the Quadrangle
to the north

Lincoln Block from
the Quadrangle

The path down
from Churchill

Is this what we think
of Home Science?

From the street
toward Churchill

From the street
toward Tagore

A couple of students
...er, galahs

The source of all
that is nourishing

Still flowing after
all these years

The Bini Shell,
from the south-east

And again,
from the south

Le Cottage d'Art

Ye olde
assembly area

Our lord and master

Ancient Egyptian ruin
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