SEA WORLD WHALE WATCH VOLUNTEER PROGRAMME
Australia's Gold Coast.
Sea World Whale Watch is offering a rare opportunity to be involved in the first long-term whale and dolphin research study on Australia?s Gold Coast.
During the 2010 whale season (May to November) positions are available for suitable volunteers to crew aboard the world?s most advanced whale watching vessel Spirit of Migloo.
WHAT WOULD I BE REQUIRED TO DO AS A VOLUNTEER?
? Assist in spotting whales and dolphins and other marine mammals
? Take the GPS position of all whales and dolphin pods sighted
? Collect data on whale and dolphin numbers, behaviour, activities
? Collect data on sea conditions, weather
WHAT QUALIFICATIONS DO I NEED TO BE A VOLUNTEER?
Ability to speak, understand and write in English.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
2 weeks AUD $800
4 weeks AUD $1,600
3 months AUD $4,320
5 months AUD $6,800
Quoted cost does not include travel, airfares, meals, accommodation or insurance. A uniform fee of $200 is mandatory for all volunteers and the uniform is retained by the volunteer at the conclusion of their volunteer period. The branded Sea World Whale Watch crew uniform consists of cap, polo-shirt, shorts, vest and jacket. Other Terms & Conditions apply to this volunteer programme. All costs quoted include GST.
HOW DO I BOOK?
Please direct enquiries to email@example.com
Banubanu Wilderness Retreat - Bremer Island - N E Arnhemland ,Australia
by Trevor Hosie
Our exclusive beach
The Gove Peninsula is the most eastern extremity of Australia's Northern Territory mainland. With its spectacular coastal landforms, extensive offshore islands and strong Aboriginal cultural connections, this region offers one of the more accessible opportunities to visit and experience Arnhem Land.
Nomad Charters and Tours offer you a unique Northern Territory Arnhemland experience.
As well as our Wilderness Retreat which offers the soft adventurer the chance to go fishing, watch nesting turtles, explore, beachcombe, meet the local Aboriginal people.
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