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<h2>Jindabyne Central School (4)</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>Look At Me: Help Me</p><h2>Rhino Inspiration:</h2><p>Our theme is the past &nbsp;to nowadays. Rhinos were seen as strange, exotic creatures. Albrecht Durer, who didn’t actually see one, made his rhino in black on pale paper. We painted our rhino, copying Durer’s shapes, but with bright colours and patterns. If people notice the brightly painted rhino, they might be prompted to think and find out more about the plight of the rhinos.</p><h2>Rhino Sculpture Location:</h2><p>Bansktown Centre</p>