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<h2>Jindabyne Central School (2)</h2><p>In a &nbsp;township developed as part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, nestled at the base of the Alpine region on the shores of a lake, Jindabyne Central School (K-12) &nbsp;offers a unique educational and community experience. Our students are focussed on achieving their potential across a wide breadth of &nbsp;Academic, Cultural, Environmental and Sporting opportunities that we provide.</p><p><strong>Website:<br></strong><a href="http://www.jindabyne-c.schools.nsw.edu.au/caring-for-students" target="_blank">www.jindabyne-c.schools.nsw.edu.au</a></p><h2>Rhino Sculpture Name:</h2><p>Line-oceros</p><h2>Rhino Inspiration:</h2><p>Looking almost like a complex tribal design, this rhino, upon closer inspection, is made up of numerous different patterns and designs made from a multitude of lines. Each segment is a different line design that was created and drawn on by each of the Year 7 students of Jindabyne Central School, along with the help of their art teacher, Mr Ben Eyles. The use of only black and white helps accentuate the design and provide a strong contrasting effect.</p><h2>Rhino Sculpture Location:</h2><p>Centro Roselands</p>