Jasmine Eldridge is off to NASA after winning a national Origin Energy competition.
Jasmine Eldridge is off to NASA after winning a national Origin Energy competition. Jonno Colfs

On the the hunt for Warwick's young inventors

LAST year the Daily News met Jasmine Eldridge, a 13-year-old girl from Allora who had scored herself a trip to NASA after winning a national Origin Energy littleBIGidea competition.

No doubt there are other young inventors and whizz kids in the region and we want to hear about them.

This Wednesday, it's Kid Inventor's Day and we're on the hunt for the cleverest kids in the region.

If you know of a young inventor or a child that's great with their hands, or someone who has done something amazing, why not tell us.

You can do that by emailing jonno.colfs@warwickdailynews.com.au and then keep your eyes on the Daily News this week as we tell their stories.



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