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Australia's leading provider of service-learning, cultural-immersion and adventure travel programs for high schools, school leavers and GAP year students. We offer superior quality volunteer travel programs for schools, students and families to some of the world's most welcoming countries.
Website : http://www.rusticpathways.com.au
Australia's most experienced adventure travel company. Established in Sydney in 1975 and wholly Australian-owned, we pioneered high-quality small-group trekking to the world's wilderness areas with trips to the Indian and Nepalese Himalayas. These days the company offers more than 140 trips to every continent on earth!
Website : http://www.worldexpeditions.com.au
The original school expedition company. World Challenge pioneered the concept of exciting and inspirational School expeditions in 1987 and is still at the forefront of this vast industry today, working in partnership with hundreds of schools and thousands of students in Australia, Europe and North America. WCE Australia, which benefits from the considerable scope and experience of the Global Operations division, offers a huge variety of challenging personal expeditions to a wide range of exciting destinations, while always providing world class training, safety and back-up systems.
Website : http://www.worldchallenge.com.au
We are an independent family-owned Australian company that has been creating unique student travel experiences for over 20 years. Whether you're at school, taking a gap year or studying at university, our range of educational travel programs will take you to the heart of the local people and their culture making your travel experience rewarding and inspiring. Our educational travel programs are designed to develop young Australian and New Zealand students through leadership, personal challenge and cultural immersion experiences. We are the original Australian school-based expedition specialist, and have a wealth of experience working with young people in developing countries as well as selected first-world destinations.
Website : http://www.antipodeans.com.au
Adventure Tour listings including; 4WD, Ballooning, Cycling, Hiking / Bushwalking, History / Culture, Nature / Wilderness Tours, Backpacker Adventures and more...
Website : http://www.adventurepro.com.au/tours
Dragoman has pioneered overland travel since 1981 across Asia, Africa and the Americas. Over the years we’ve grown steadily in size to our current fleet of 26 overland trucks and 1 converted overland bus, but are still small enough to ensure that each Dragoman traveller has a unique, and life-changing experience.
Website : https://www.dragoman.com.au
Small group adventure safaris of the Australia's Northern Territory including Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), Kings Canyon and West MacDonnell Ranges in the Red Centre, plus - Kakadu, Litchfield and Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Parks in the Top End.
Website : http://www.wayoutback.com.au
We cater for South Australian Schools and students, running outdoor adventure activities, outdoor education and awareness, day trips and environmental knowledge through its various programs.
Website : http://www.aoschools.com.au
We provide you with flexible options which allow groups or individuals to book personalised tours or courses. A wide range of locations and activities are available. A snap shot of our services are: River and sea kayaking days and extended tours, rock climbing & abseiling intro and advance, pathfinder walking program and extended walking tours, windsurfing and snorkelling, high ropes, surfing school and surfing tours.
Website : http://www.earthadventure.com.au
A pilgrimage route running from Portland in Victoria to Penola in South Australia, inspired by the life and journeys of Australia’s Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop and her mentor Fr Julian Tenison Woods. Based on the traditions of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, pilgrims receive a guidebook, passport, scallop shell and stay in the local towns along the way.
Website : http://www.aussiecamino.org