Australia Conservation Volunteer Program Launched by Working Abroad

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The Conservation Volunteer in Australia offers a fun way to travel and explore Australia while helping to conserve the Australian environment. This 4-6 week program includes all accommodations, meals and project-related travel.

Working Abroad (http://www.workingabroad.org) announces the launch of a new Volunteer in Australia program for U.S. residents.

The Conservation Volunteer in Australia offers a fun way to travel and explore Australia while helping to conserve the Australian environment. This 4-6 week program includes all accommodations, meals and project-related travel.

Volunteer projects include:

  •     Tree planting, seed collection and weed control
  •     Endangered flora and fauna surveys
  •     Construction and maintenance of walking trails
  •     Heritage and habitat restoration
  •     Erosion and salinity control

Volunteers work alongside other international volunteers and Australians and enjoy a variety of projects and locations throughout the program. According to Antonio D’Auria, Working Abroad Program Manager, “The Conservation Volunteer in Australia program is unique in that volunteers have the option of changing their volunteer project every 2 weeks. This means volunteer in Australia under this project can experience many different parts of this unique country through one volunteer program”.

The Volunteer in Australia program is available year-round and compliments other Working Abroad volunteer programs including:

  •     Volunteer in Costa Rica
  •     Volunteer in India
  •     Volunteer in Peru
  •     Volunteer in South Africa

Working Abroad is a part of InterExchange, Inc. (http://www.interexchange.org), a non-profit organization with over 35 years of experience in international cultural exchange. Other Working Abroad programs include Intern Abroad, Au Pair Abroad, Work & Travel Abroad and Teach English Abroad. Programs are available in Central and South America, Europe, Africa, India and Australia.

For more information please visit http://www.WorkingAbroad.org or call 1-800- 597-3675.

To view and download high-resolution images for printing with this press release, please visit http://www.workingabroad.org/news-volunteer-in-australia.html.

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