New to our travel portfolio: Indigenous Expeditions

Experience first hand the stillness of sitting around the campfire, gazing at the stars and listening to Dreamtime stories.

Learn about a culturally rich heritage of the traditional landowners of Australia and how these traditions are still very much a valued part of everyday life.

Our new Indigenous Expeditions give students the chance to do just that. Having partnered with several indigenous communities across Australia, we are proud to have now added to our experiential travel portfolio – two Indigenous Expeditions in Ceduna, South Australia. The expeditions have a balanced mix of cultural immersion, service work, fun team-building activities, and links to the curriculum.

A well-structured and authentic indigenous camp can be a formative and a hugely beneficial experience for all those fortunate enough to attend.

Some highlights on expedition:

  • Working alongside the local community
  • Putting your knowledge on climate change into practice
  • Learning about the history of whaling AND at certain times of the year actually seeing them in the bay.
  • Boomerang making
  • Discovering innovative water harvesting techniques
  • Trying traditional cuisine
  • Learning about and trying traditional art

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The new experiential travel portfolio now includes:

Indigenous Expedition: 7 Days
Live and work alongside the locals and learn about their unique way of life and some of the environmental issues they face.

Indigenous Expedition: 10 Days
Enjoy the same unique experiences as the 7 day trip but with an additional chance to get closer to nature as your trek through a changing landscape – from vast barren land to stunning coastline.

Through these trips, there is an opportunity to share traditional landowner stories, their history and a rich culture, giving critical insights and learning for young people, all within the confines of our national border.

If you’d like to learn more about these exciting new local expeditions, then get in touch with our regional expedition coordinators.

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