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Help protect and learn about the vulnerable hooded plover. Scientific Expedition 20–27 November 2016.
Those who have an adventurous spirit, enjoy fresh Aussie-grown food, and are longing to leave urban life behind for a week – all for a good cause – will be up for this trek across Tasmania’s east coast.
Leading Australian adventure travel specialist, World Expeditions, has expanded its Carbon offset program to be available to all clients internationally.
Australia’s most iconic bushwalk, the Overland Track in the Tasmanian World Heritage wilderness, will re-open to walkers tomorrow, after devastating bushfires forced its temporary closure.
Greenpeace says that hazardous and persistent chemicals, dangerous to human health and the environment, have been found in the products of leading outdoor brands.
Australian adventure travel specialist, World Expeditions, has launched a new Animal Welfare in Tourism Code of Conduct incorporating the five universally accepted principles of animal welfare.
Australian Nepal trekking specialist, World Expeditions, continues to lead the way in Responsible Travel to Nepal with its commitment to extend its ban on burning wood from the Everest region to cover all its treks in the Annapurna region as well.
New research reveals that the mysterious declines of small mammals across northern Australia are most likely driven by feral cats, and the impacts of cats are worsened by high-intensity bushfires and heavy cattle grazing.
World Expeditions, is the first adventure travel company to partner with new global Responsible Travel organization, 10 Pieces, in a collaboration to reduce waste in remote wilderness areas.
As the humpback whales in the Antarctic are feeding and increasing their blubber stores ready for their annual migration up the Australian east coast, the Sunreef Mooloolaba crew are also gearing up for another Swim with Whales season on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast.