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  • Interact with the Bottlenose Dolphins at Monkey Mia
  • Visit the World Heritage Discover Centre and Ocean Park to learn about the environment and many sea creatures
  • Two day indigenous immersion program with local traditional owners in restricted access areas
  • Kayak in iconic Francois Peron National Park
  • Visit remote restricted Aboriginal Heritage sites
  • Explore the World Heritage Listed Stromatalites at Hamelin Pool
  • Snorkel along Ningaloo Reef with tropical fish and coral
  • Ningaloo Reef Eco swim boat cruise
  • Overnight stay at real outback stations and cattle ranches
  • Exploring stunning Karijini National Park
  • This program is 100% carbon offset. World Youth Adventures absorb the cost of credits mitigating 100% of the unavoidable carbon emissions as its ongoing commitment to responsible travel

Flying into Perth we then head North to Monkey Mia, a world heritage marine reserve in the Shark Bay Marine Park. The main attraction are the Bottlenose dolphins that have been coming close to shore for more than fifty years. We get to meet the Dolphins and other marine creatures at the World Heritage Centre and Marine Park as we are joined by a marine scientist for a engaging program including beach clean up service. We then join a special three day indigenous immersion program with local traditional land owners learning about their culture and heritage and connection to country. This is a special purpose built program run by the Wula Gura Nyinda team heads in restricted territory and focuses on cultural awareness, leadership and communication. We have the opportunity to see the incredible marine life and stunning environment kayaking in the Francois Peron National Park and visit remote Aboriginal Heritage sites in the area. From here we drive to Exmouth and the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef Marine Park. On route we stop at the dramatic Stromatalites at Hamelin Pool, one of the main reasons for Shark Bays Heritage listing. Near Exmouth we stay at Yardie Homestead giving us a wonderful perspective of life in the Pilbra and Gascoyne region. On arrival at Exmouth we can trek along the stunning white sandy beach coast and swim with turtles, dugongs, tropical fish amongst stunning reef at the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef. We learn about life below water and the importance of reefs in marine ecosystems. We then head inland and travel to Karijini National Parl. Enroute we will stop and spend a night stargazing at a true outback working station at Cheela Plains. In Karijini National Park we explore walking trails, stunning gorges and swimming pools. Karijini known for its spectacular rugged scenery, ancient geological formations, a variety of arid-land ecosystems and wonderful swimming spots. Our second group will operate in a reverse itinerary.

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On arrival in Perth you will be met by our air conditioned coach for the day drive to Monkey Mia. On arrival in Monkey Mia you will meet your guide and settle in for a full trip briefing. Overnight dorm rooms Monkey Mia Resort or similar

Meals:  D

After an early breakfast, we head out for an experience you will remember for a lifetime. Today is not only a lot of fun but highly educational. On the beautiful white sandy coastline we will get the opportunity to see, and interact with the resident bottle nose dolphins. The Dolphins come in to the shore line under their own steam every day. This is a great opportunity to learn more about these intelligent creatures as well as interact with them. It is time to get out on country as we join a special indigenous immersion program. We will be picked up in the morning to head into the heart of Malgana country, and set up camp at Big Lagoon eco site at Francois Peron National Park. (40km) This site has heavily restricted access and is exclusive to the Wula Gura Nyinda Eco team who we will we travel with. Francois Peron National Park is an impressive area of acacia-cloaked red dunes and arid shrublands surrounded by turquoise water. Peron Peninsula is known as Wulyibidi to the local Malgana Aboriginal people who occupied the area prior to European settlement and continue to live in Shark Bay today. There are about 130 registered Aboriginal Heritage sites in the area, including quarries, rock shelters, burial sites and middens. This rich cultural history will be brought alive by our local guides. Today we will have a safety induction before we focus on exploring the marine eco systems by kayak as part of our cultural awareness learning. Our program will include team building and learning about connection to country, environmental awareness, and promoting the World Heritage values. We launch the kayaks and spend the day exploring the coast including swimming and snorkelling opportunities. We will use our local knowledge to search for turtles, dugongs, fish, sharks, and birds. We explore the fragile mangroves communities and their ecosystem. We will return for lunch at the camp site. This afternoon we continue our exploration hiking along the big lagoon coast looking for bushtucker, learning about medicinal plants and animals tracking. On the way back to camp we will collect firewood and prepare for dinner. Tonight after dinner the local team will engage in storytelling and encourage group discussions about the day activities and connection to country. Overnight wilderness camping at exclusive Big Lagoon eco site

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we rise to the sound of birds and in our stunning setting. Our day will be spent exploring the Francois Peron National Park and will focus on land based activities and the environment, discovering the World Heritage values and cultural awareness by bushwalking, looking for bush tucker, animal tracking, learning about medicinal plants and uses, sightseeing, fishing, snorkelling and swimming. We will explore key locations including Cattlewell (Aboriginal midden site), Skipjack Point lookout and Cape Peron. Weather permitting we can collect oysters, swim, snorkel and hike on the Wanamalu walk trail from Skip Jack point to Cape Peron (1.5km). This afternoon we return to our camp site at Big Lagoon, collect firewood & prepare for dinner. This evenings activities will include didgeridoo meditation around the campfire, storytelling, group discussions about the day’s activities in relation to core modules. This evening we travel the short distance to Peron Homestead for a dip in the hot springs. Peron Homestead was a working pastoral station in the early 1900s and provides an insight into life on a sheep farm during the earlier part of the last century. Overnight wilderness camping at exclusive Big Lagoon eco site

Meals:  B,L,D

After an early breakfast, we break camp at Wula Gura and head back to Monkey Mia where we will visit the World Heritage Discovery Centre and learn more about this important ecological area, before we join a marine biologist at the award winning Ocean Park. Part research facility, part marine animal rescue/rehabilitation and part aquarium, the Ocean Park will give us the opportunity to get up close with some amazing sea creatures. We finish off our conservation program with a beach clean up learning about the damage micro plastics and other rubbish is doing to this pristine environment. Overnight Monkey Mia resort dorm rooms

Meals:  B,L,D

We wake early and hit the road for our days drive towards Exmouth, home to the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef and Marine Park. On our way, we will stop off at the extraordinary Stromatalites at Hamelin Pool. These are no ordinary "rocks", these guys are the reason for Shark Bay's World Heritage listing. You will literally be seeing oldest eco-system on Earth. We can spend time exploring and learning about the curios formations before continuing to our accommodation camping at Yardie Homestead near the coast in the afternoon, and getting settled in for our next round of activities. Yardie Homestead is situated 32 km from Exmouth on the western seaboard of the North West Cape, surrounded by a wilderness of rugged ranges and pristine coastline. The earliest recorded lease of Yardie Creek Station was on the 15th of March, 1889. The working sheep station was resumed by the Government on the 1st of December, 1969, so that today most of the original Yardie Station lease is National Park for visitors to enjoy! Overnight camping at Yardie Homestead

Meals:  B,L,D

Today is a very special day as we head out on our eco boat cruise. We drive approximately 36 kilometres from Exmouth to the Tantabiddi Boat Ramp departure point. From the boat ramp you are transferred to your 17 metre vessel for the day where your crew will meet you and provide and fit you with snorkel equipment and wetsuits, before giving an introductory and safety briefing. A short cruise through the lagoon and the marine adventure begins with a morning introductory snorkel on the beautiful inner Ningaloo Reef. Here we have the chance to see turtles, rays and a myriad of colourful fish amongst the Ningaloo coral. If required, assistance and snorkel tuition can be provided by your tour guides. We then head to the outer reef in the search of Ningaloo’s marine life; dolphins, dugongs, manta rays and humpback whales. The spotter plane will also be overhead on the lookout for us! During the day, a delicious buffet lunch is served. If time permits, we head back to the inner reef to conclude the day with another reef snorkel somewhere else on the World Heritage listed; Ningaloo. We aim to head back to Tantabiddi for the journey back to your accommodation, returning approximately 3.30 – 4.30pm. Overnight Yardie Homestead camping .**If there is any chance you think you will get sea sick please purchase sea sickness medication or wrist bands and take at least 30 minutes prior to departure.

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we will explore Cape Range national park, with a series of walks, snorkels and swims along the coast. We will have the opportunity to spot rock wallabies and an incredible array of sea life. We will explore Mandu Mandu gorge gaining wonderful views over Ningaloo Reef and make our way to Yardi creek that flows between spectacular sheer cliff faces. Overnight camping at Yardie Homestead

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we wake early and join our vehicle for a true outback station stay at Cheela Plains where we will experience first hand the workings of the station. Tonight we will be amazed by the night sky of the desert away from the glare of light we will have the opportunity to see the sky lit up by millions of stars. Accommodation: Cheela Plains Station Stay.

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we wake up to outback station life before packing up and driving to Karijini National Park located in the Pilbra. This area is known for its Aboriginal peoples; its ancient landscapes; the red earth; and its vast mineral deposits, in particular iron ore. It is also a global biodiversity hotspot for subterranean fauna. The drive should take us around 3 hours with a stop in Tom Price. We head straight to one of Australia’s most beautiful gorge systems, Dales Gorge. We’ll spend the rest of the day exploring Dales Gorge on foot, with Circular Pool, Fortescue Falls and Fern Pool all offering wonderful swimming and walking opportunities. In the evening we set up camp for the next two nights at Karijini. Accommodation: Karijini National Park – Eco Retreat campground

Meals:  B,L,D

Mt Bruce is Western Australia’s second highest peak. The Mt Bruce walk trail is a fantastic ridge walk, with some steep and rocky sections along the route. From one side you’ll have the vista of Karijini Range; from the other an iron ore mine. Your guide will discuss the flora and fauna of the area as well as local follore as we complete the 9.5 km return walk. The walk will take us most of the day and is definitely worth the effort. We will have a picnic lunch en route. Accommodation: Karijini National Park – Eco Retreat campground

Meals:  B,L,D

We’ll pack up camp this morning before heading out to explore two of the most iconic gorges in Karijini – Hancock and Weano. The walks are challenging in places, but not difficult. Both involve some wading and clambering on rocks and ledges; and both reward us with fantastic jade pools nestled deep within the narrow gorge walls. In the afternoon we’ll say goodbye to Karijini and head for Tom Price where we will spend a night at Tom Price Caravan Park. Overnight camping Tom Price Caravan Park

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we transfer to the airport for our flight from Paraburdoo home connecting through Perth

Meals:  B

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On arrival in Perth meet your connecting flight to Paraburdoo in the Pilbra region. On arrival in Paraburdoo you will be met by our experienced guide and drive to the local mining town of Tom Price where we will camp. Overnight Tom Price Tourist park camping

Meals:  L,D

This morning after breakfast we will head out on the drive to Karijini National Park. This area is known for its Aboriginal peoples; its ancient landscapes; the red earth; and its vast mineral deposits, in particular iron ore. It is also a global biodiversity hotspot for subterranean fauna. The drive should take us around 3 hours with a stop in Tom Price. We head straight to one of Australia’s most beautiful gorge systems, Dales Gorge. We’ll spend the rest of the day exploring Dales Gorge on foot, with Circular Pool, Fortescue Falls and Fern Pool all offering wonderful swimming and walking opportunities. In the evening we set up camp for the next two nights at Karijini. Overnight camping Karijini Eco Resort campsite

Meals:  B,L,D

Today will be dependant on time and weather as we explore the gorges and Mt Bruce, Western Australia’s second highest peak. We’ll pack up camp this morning before heading out to explore Hancock gorge. The Mt Bruce walk trail is a fantastic ridge walk, with some steep and rocky sections along the route. From one side you’ll have the vista of Karijini Range; from the other an iron ore mine. Your guide will discuss the flora and fauna of the area as well as local folklore as we complete the 9.5 km return walk. The walk will take us most of the day and is definitely worth the effort. We will have a picnic lunch en route. Later this afternoon we return to our campsite for the night. Overnight camping Karijini Eco Retreat

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we rise and break camp and start our drive to a true outback station stay at Cheela Plains. Here we will experience first hand the workings of the station. Tonight we will be amazed by the night sky of the desert away from the glare of light we will have the opportunity to see the sky lit up by millions of stars. Overnight Cheela Plains Outback Station Stay.

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we will enjoy life on an outback station before packing up camp and driving to Exmouth before continuing to Yardie Homestead near the coast in the afternoon, and getting settled in for our next round of activities. Yardie Homestead is situated 32 km from Exmouth on the western seaboard of the North West Cape, surrounded by a wilderness of rugged ranges and pristine coastline. The earliest recorded lease of Yardie Creek Station was on the 15th of March, 1889. The working sheep station was resumed by the Government on the 1st of December, 1969, so that today most of the original Yardie Station lease is National Park for visitors to enjoy! Overnight camping at Yardie Homestead

Meals:  B,L,D

Today is a very special day as we head out on our eco boat cruise. We drive approximately 36 kilometres from Exmouth to the Tantabiddi Boat Ramp departure point. From the boat ramp you are transferred to your 17 metre vessel for the day where your crew will meet you and provide and fit you with snorkel equipment and wetsuits, before giving an introductory and safety briefing. A short cruise through the lagoon and the marine adventure begins with a morning introductory snorkel on the beautiful inner Ningaloo Reef. Here we have the chance to see turtles, rays and a myriad of colourful fish amongst the Ningaloo coral. If required, assistance and snorkel tuition can be provided by your tour guides. We then head to the outer reef in the search of Ningaloo’s marine life; dolphins, dugongs, manta rays and humpback whales. The spotter plane will also be overhead on the lookout for us! During the day, a delicious buffet lunch is served. If time permits, we head back to the inner reef to conclude the day with another reef snorkel somewhere else on the World Heritage listed; Ningaloo. We aim to head back to Tantabiddi for the journey back to your accommodation, returning approximately 3.30 – 4.30pm. Overnight Yardie Homestead camping .**If there is any chance you think you will get sea sick please purchase sea sickness medication or wrist bands and take at least 30 minutes prior to departure.

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we will break camp and can explore Cape Range national park, with a series of walks, snorkels and swims along the coast. We will have the opportunity to spot rock wallabies and an incredible array of sea life. We will explore Mandu Mandu gorge gaining wonderful views over Ningaloo Reef and make our way to Yardi creek that flows between spectacular sheer cliff faces. Overnight camping at Yardie Homestead

Meals:  B,L,D

We wake early and pack up camp and hit the road for our days drive to Monkey Mia. On our way, we will stop off at the extraordinary Stromatalites at Hamelin Pool. These are no ordinary "rocks", these guys are the reason for Shark Bay's World Heritage listing. You will literally be seeing oldest eco-system on Earth. We can spend time exploring and learning about the curios formations before continuing to Denham and Monkey Mia in the afternoon, and getting settled in for our next round of activities. Overnight Monkey Mia dorm rooms

Meals:  B,L,D

It is time to get out on country as we join a special indigenous immersion program. We will be picked up in the morning to head into the heart of Malgana country, and set up camp at Big Lagoon eco site at Francois Peron National Park. (40km) This site has heavily restricted access and is exclusive to the Wula Gura Nyinda Eco team who we will we travel with. Francois Peron National Park is an impressive area of acacia-cloaked red dunes and arid shrublands surrounded by turquoise water. Peron Peninsula is known as Wulyibidi to the local Malgana Aboriginal people who occupied the area prior to European settlement and continue to live in Shark Bay today. There are about 130 registered Aboriginal Heritage sites in the area, including quarries, rock shelters, burial sites and middens. This rich cultural history will be brought alive by our local guides. Today we will have a safety induction before we focus on exploring the marine eco systems by kayak as part of our cultural awareness learning. Our program will include team building and learning about connection to country, environmental awareness, and promoting the World Heritage values. We launch the kayaks and spend the day exploring the coast including swimming and snorkelling opportunities. We will use our local knowledge to search for turtles, dugongs, fish, sharks, and birds. We explore the fragile mangroves communities and their ecosystem. We will return for lunch at the camp site. This afternoon we continue our exploration hiking along the big lagoon coast looking for bushtucker, learning about medicinal plants and animals tracking. On the way back to camp we will collect firewood and prepare for dinner. Tonight after dinner the local team will engage in storytelling and encourage group discussions about the day activities and connection to country. Overnight wilderness camping at exclusive Big Lagoon eco site

Meals:  B,L,D

Today we rise to the sound of birds and in our stunning setting. Our day will be spent exploring the Francois Peron National Park and will focus on land based activities and the environment, discovering the World Heritage values and cultural awareness by bushwalking, looking for bush tucker, animal tracking, learning about medicinal plants and uses, sightseeing, fishing, snorkelling and swimming. We will explore key locations including Cattlewell (Aboriginal midden site), Skipjack Point lookout and Cape Peron. Weather permitting we can collect oysters, swim, snorkel and hike on the Wanamalu walk trail from Skip Jack point to Cape Peron (1.5km). This afternoon we return to our camp site at Big Lagoon, collect firewood & prepare for dinner. This evenings activities will include didgeridoo meditation around the campfire, storytelling, group discussions about the day’s activities in relation to core modules. This evening we travel the short distance to Peron Homestead for a dip in the hot springs. Peron Homestead was a working pastoral station in the early 1900s and provides an insight into life on a sheep farm during the earlier part of the last century. Overnight wilderness camping at exclusive Big Lagoon eco site

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we head to the beach for an experience you will remember for a lifetime. Today is not only a lot of fun but highly educational. On the beautiful white sandy coastline we will get the opportunity to see, and interact with the resident bottle nose dolphins. The Dolphins come in to the shore line under their own steam every day. This is a great opportunity to learn more about these intelligent creatures as well as interact with them. After Monkey Mia, we will visit the World Heritage Discovery Centre and learn more about this important ecological area, before we join a marine biologist at the award winning Ocean Park. Part research facility, part marine animal rescue/rehabilitation and part aquarium, the Ocean Park will give us the opportunity to get up close with some amazing sea creatures. Overnight Monkey Mia dorm rooms

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we head out early for the days drive to Perth. On arrival we will board our later afternoon flight to Adelaide.

Meals:  B


Learning outcomes for students

A World Expeditions Youth Adventure is a unique learning experience. Our journeys are designed to encourage thriving and positive youth development to enhance the following life skills that will help you grow as an individual:
• the confidence to lead a group and make decisions
• the value of working together as a cohesive team to achieve a common objective
• the ability to face mental and physical challenges
• the ability to adapt to new environments outside of their 'comfort zone'
• to appreciate and care for the natural environment. The environments we trek through are beautiful and often pristine, invariably the students will gain a deeper appreciation and understanding about how their individual actions impact on the environment
• build strong friendships and bonds with their peers and also the local peoples
• basic outdoor skills obtained on trek such as personal hygiene, pitching a tent, helping to prepare meals
Importantly our adventures help increase general well-being and build resilience in young men and women to help them deal with adverse situations in life.
INDIGENOUS CULTURAL AWARENESS PROGRAM
Our three day cultural awareness program is run by the Wula Gura Nyinda Eco Cultural team focusing on youth cultural awareness, leadership and team building in Gutharraguda land (Shark Bay) The program focuses on the following core modules: Cultural awareness, leadership, team building, communication, safety, respect, environmental awareness and includes active participation through out. The program and site at Francois Peron National park is a restricted access area exclusive for this program.
CARBON NEUTRAL
World Youth Adventures absorbs the cost of credits mitigating 100% of the unavoidable carbon emissions. This is our commitment to being part of the solution to climate crises.


Inclusions

  • Flights to Perth // Paraburdoo return to Adelaide
  • 11 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 11 dinners and snacks daily
  • Transport in air-conditioned vehicles
  • Teachers from Wilderness School accompanying the program
  • Professional wilderness guide
  • 11 nights accommodation at cabins and campsites
  • All group camping equipment including bed, mattress, eating utensils and camp chairs (not included: sleeping bag and pillow)
  • All National Park entrance fees
  • Emergency support satellite phones and first aid kit
  • All activities as listed in the itinerary
  • Two day exclusive indigenous cultural awareness program

  • Travel insurance
  • Sleeping bag or pillow (can be hired)
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Day packs

Grading

Introductory to Moderate


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We can fully customise a School Travel Program to suit your students' learning objectives and budget. Whether you require a Service Learning program, physical challenge, cultural immersion or certain curriculum targets - talk to one of our educational travel experts about the elements you need in your itinerary. We pride ourselves on developing unique itineraries to meet the learning requirements for schools.

World Youth Adventures is a division of one of the world's leading adventure travel companies, World Expeditions. We can develop itineraries in any destination that is offered by World Expeditions, which is to every continent on earth.

Use our simple Expedition Design Form to contact us with your requirements and an educational travel expert will be in touch to assist.


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Why travel with us

Assisted over
14,000 Students Worldwide

Since the 1980's, we have helped students from around the globe to experience the world's most exciting destinations, allowing them to travel, give, grow.

400+ Service Learning
Programs

Together with students, we have completed over 400 Service Learning programs in developing countries. We will always continue to support causes including social justice, animal welfare, the environment and more.

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School Travel Programs

Want to include service learning, your school curriculum and a physical challenge, or any of the above? Contact us and we can design a program fully catered for your students and budget.

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Every school receives a detailed risk management plan that is guided by government advisories and the local partners we work with. We never compromise on the safety of your students to reduce the price of the program.

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