The “Where In The World Is Emu?” Experiment 2019 came to an end when Emu arrived home to Sunshine Coast QLD in January this year!
💫💖😍 Take a look at a snapshot of Emu’s travels, he’s been off here there and everywhere – all over the world 🌏✈️🚇 but the hardest job was to choose a winning photo 🤩🤞🏻🍀
There were so many amazing people who looked after my boy on his way, thank you to each and every one of you, plus of course all the school kids who taught him a thing or two!!!
I did choose a winner in the end, a massive thank you to Sayaki Funaki.
💫🏆💖🥳 The Winner of the “Where In The World Is Emu?” Experiment 2019 is a photo of Emu at the Yushima Tenjin Shrine in Tokyo 👏🏻😍👍🏻🙌🏻
The is the most famous ancient shrine of sholars. It is visited by many students who inscribe small wooden plaques with wishes for exam success.
👏🏻Congratulations👏🏻 to the winner who will receive an original emu painting from Vanessa Perske🎨
Thank you so much to all the entries received from:
Tokyo, Kyoto, Nagoya and Imagine English School in Japan… London, North Yorkshire, Glasgow & Newcastle, plus Asterdale Primary School in Derby along with the Year 5 class in Sheffield Primary School. Thanks to his newest Aussie friends in Katherine (NT), Whyalla (SA), Warrandyte & Kangaroo Grounds (VIC) before finding his way back home to Sunshine Coast Hinterlad (QLD).
Thank you everyone who entered the competition and for taking great care of Emu in 2019!!!! 🙏🏻