Make a meaningful impact and see stunning sights in far-flung locations, joining volunteers to clean remote beaches, survey birds and monitor turtles.
The Cobourg Peninsula is located at the tip of the Northern Territory, forming part of the spectacular Arnhem Land wilderness area. This land is one of the last great unspoiled areas of the world and well known for its strong Aboriginal culture, towering escarpments, savannah woodlands, wetlands and wildlife. The peninsula's wild coastlines and surrounding waters swarm with marine life and face continual threats from marine debris pollution.
For holiday makers looking to give something back to the environment, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to participate in essential coastal conservation projects. Working with Conservation Volunteers, traveler's will walk the peninsula's beaches to collect, catalogue and dispose of marine debris. This six day conservation holiday is one not to be missed.
Indicative rate includes - return transportation from Darwin, meals, camping accommodation,
experienced program leader and marine debris activities.