Take advantage of this once-in-your-lifetime opportunity - we'll help you get your working holiday visa then you can head down under for up to 12 months with the chance to earn some decent money and fund your adventures - you might even come back with some savings (yeah right!).
It has wild, open spaces, amazing wildlife, jaw-dropping scenery and a great party scene. Add to that world-beating cuisine, endless sunshine and no language barrier, and you’ve got a recipe for the best year of your life.
Travelling round the great southern land still feels like exploring, so adventure travel is one of Australia’s strengths. Head for the Outback and Uluru (Ayers Rock) and you’ll understand the true meaning of “remote”. There’s plenty of action too – diving off the Great Barrier Reef, camel-riding or croc-watching, and surfing the breaks off the legendary Bondi Beach.
If you want to get more involved with the real Australia, try volunteer work. We can link you up with fun and rewarding wildlife conservation projects with kangaroos and koalas, and in the rainforest in North Queensland.
Starting in Sydney, you’ll head up to the beachside surf camp for four days of surf lessons with our qualified instructors. Don’t worry if you’ve never picked up a surfboard before, the instructors are trained to cater for beginners and you’ll be surfing the waves in no time at all!
Become a wildlife volunteer in Australia and help protect some of Australia’s unique wildlife. You’ll get involved with vital conservation work – everything from hard-core tree planting to counting koalas!
Combine all the best bits of a typical gap year and get to travel, volunteer, party, and take on paid work across five incredible countries.
Spend seven days in Cairns and try out some of the city's top activities, from snorkelling to white water rafting.
With this programme you have the chance to go Scuba diving in Australia, spending seven fantastic days gaining an internationally recognised PADI qualification in one of the best diving sites in the world. Scuba dive the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns, Northern Queensland.