Medical Centre at Sky Garden

The Schoolies begin to arrive this weekend. They come in waves depending on which part of Australia the youngsters are from, til the first week of December and generally let loose in downtown Kuta for over a week as they experience the freedoms of Bali. Sky Garden management has made preparations for this year’s Schoolies with a medical clinic on the third floor of the super club to take care of anyone feeling unwell. “We’ll have the medical centre staffed with professional full time nurses and a doctor,” manager, Darren Morris told The Beat. “Also there will be an ambulance on standby to take anyone to Silioam (hospital).” All set to go – Schoolies are on!

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