Bessie Eastwell, Gabby Kerlin and Jake Locke peek out the window of their new cubby at Yangan State School.
Bessie Eastwell, Gabby Kerlin and Jake Locke peek out the window of their new cubby at Yangan State School. Georja Ryan

Yangan kids set for fun in the 'ultimate' cubby house

EVERY child's dream is to have the ultimate cubby house.

And the kids at Yangan State School are just days away from having just that.

The team at Sustainable donated their time and materials to build an enormous cubby house in the centre of the campus.

Acting principal Viviene Simpson said she was thrilled to see the cubby coming together and was sure the students would feel the same.

"It's been a long-term project, and has taken about two years to go through all the official procedures, but the actual construction has been very quick," Mrs Simpson said.

"I don't think we'll be able to get them out of it to be honest!"

Made from completely recycled materials, Mrs Simpson said as well as fun, it provided kids a valuable lesson as they could see recycling in action.

The school will have a working bee in the coming weeks to paint the exterior.



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