Brisbane Conservation Study Tour

Company : Worldaway Learning Tours
Location : Brisbane, Australia
Duration: 1 week to 6 weeks
Approx Costs: 1000 to 3000+ $ Dollars (US)

Contribute to the protection of a critically endangered bio-region on our amazing 13-Day Conservation Study Tour!

Welcome to Australia’s Coastal Paradise!

Spend two weeks in Brisbane will show you everything you could want in an Educational Vacation: Learning, Entertainment, Wildlife, and Marine Wonder!

Arrive in beautiful Brisbane and immediately jump into the action on Day 1 as the first stop of the Brisbane Conservation Study Tour is the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and then Springbrook National Park.

This wondrous park will be your home for the next 5 days, featuring walks in the rainforest and presentations from park staff on the threatened Koala species and safety!

Day 2 is host to hands-on conservation activities with the staff, along with the chance to set up your own remote camera in the park to take a sneak peek at the rare wildlife!

Evenings at Springbrook National Park are a chance to either explore on your own or participate in some spotlight walking to find nocturnal animals like the Brush-tailed possums, sugar gliders, and spot the glowing mushrooms!

Day 3 is highlighted by Bird Watching hikes while Day 4 is highlighted by water quality monitoring activities and group discussions!

The fifth day of the Brisbane Conservation Study Tour plays host to more bird watching and a trip to Germaine Greer’s astounding home-grown, 65-hectare rain forest being created from bare ground! A once in a lifetime treat!

Your final day at Springbrook National Park is a chance to really focus on protecting the beautiful rainforest and celebrate your stay around a campfire with marshmallows!

Day 7 of Brisbane Conservation Study Tour transitions to the Woodstock Cattle Property for two days of exploration and learning at one of the most environmentally friendly Cattle Farms on Earth, a hallmark of the CVA Biodiversity Rehabilitation Plan!

Day 9 of the Brisbane Conservation Study Tour takes you deep into the heart of beautiful Brisbane City. Tour the University of Queensland Campus and take a Ferry Ride through the city!

The next day, enjoy learning about the Aboriginals, the oldest living culture in the world! Experience their cuisine for lunch at the Coolnwynpin Creek before an afternoon of taking on the challenge of Marine Pollution!

Day 11 of the Brisbane Conservation Study Tour includes an entry ticket to one of the two theme parks along the Gold Coast! Enjoy either Dreamworld (Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and the Tiger Conservation Park) or dive into the Warner Brothers Movie World! It all depends on what YOU want!

The next day in Brisbane City, it’s an early morning that is worth setting the alarm for! The Brisbane Conservation Study Tour takes you out to sea on a Whale Watching Cruise before your final group session of presentations and the certificate ceremony that evening.

Delight in shopping and free time in the city on departure day before transporting to the Brisbane International Airport.

Remember, no previous knowledge is necessary to enjoy this trip. Just bring a willingness to learn and an adventurous spirit. Oh, and your camera too!

Sign up today for this life-changing Educational Vacation!



  • Visit ancient Antarctic Beech trees and look for pademelons, koalas, land mullets and satin bowerbirds while exploring ancient Gondwanan Rainforests.
  • Night time spotlighting for wildlife including frogs, sugar gliders and ringtail possums.
  • Visit the once in a lifetime waterfall on Cave Creek after sunset for glowing mushrooms and glowworms.
  • Stargazing one of the world’s most pristine skies.
  • Protect and restore Springbrook National Park through weed removal, tree planting and more.
  • Led by expert guides, learn different ways of wildlife monitoring and habitat conservation.
  • Learn to use techniques and tools such as Remote Sensing Cameras for wildlife surveying.
  • Visit the famous Lone Pina Koala Wildlife Sanctuary and encounter kangaroos and koalas upclose.
  • Visit the University of Queensland and/or Griffith University.
  • Whale Watching Cruise from Brisbane between June and November.
  • Visit Dreamworld or Warner Brothers movie theme park.
  • Experience Aboriginal culture session including a traditional bushtucker lunch.
  • Visit the Queensland Museum.
  • Ferry ride around Brisbane city.
  • Receive Certificate of Contribution at the end of the program.


What is Included

  • Led by 1 to 2 experienced conservation guides throughout the duration of the program. Mandarin fluent guide, subject to availability.
  • Transport for 13 days.
  • 6 nights cabin/cottage accommodation at Koonjewarre Campsite in Springbrook National Park.
  • Four persons per bunk room, ensuite bathroom facilities, shared kitchen and recreational areas.
  • 2 nights cabin accommodation at Woodstock Farm.
  • 4 nights hotel accommodation near Brisbane central.
  • Meals from lunch Day 1 to breakfast Day 13. Lunch not provided in Theme Park.
  • Conservation activities and equipment.
  • Tickets to Dreamworld or Warner Brothers Movie theme park.
  • Guided Aboriginal culture tour on Day 10.
  • Tickets to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.
  • Tickets for Whale Watching Cruise.
  • Springbrook National Park entry.
  • Certificate of Contribution.



  • Day 1: Arrival + Lone Pien Koala Sanctuary
  • Day 2-8: Springbrook National Park
  • Days 9-13: Brisbane


  • Airport Pickup
  • Internal Flights
  • Internal Travel
  • Minibus
  • Taxi


  • Accomodation Included


  • Meals Included

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