Making banana smoothies for the furry flying mammals is one of the many tasks assigned to volunteers at the Tolga Bat Hospital. Situated in a Queensland forest valley, volunteers are needed all year round for a minimum of one month. Other tasks include trips to the rainforest to release or capture the bats.
A gap year can be a life changing experience: you meet new people, taste new food and immerse yourself in new cultures. However, you won’t get much for free on your year off so it is a good idea that you have enough money before you leave. In this article we explain how you can fund your gap year.
Forget finding true love, climbing Everest and/or saving the world – here’s why are six reasons why working abroad should be number one on your bucket list.
Famous for its gorgeous canals, historic buildings, museums and liberal attitude, Amsterdam has lots to offer any visitor. And, the best part is, the city is very compact, making it ideal to explore on foot.
Majorca is one of the Mediterranean’s star attractions, and it’s easy to see why. This island boasts elusive coves, craggy mountains and eye-catching architecture, not to mention a habitat geared around not just meeting, but surpassing the expectations of its six million visitors a year. We've also added a few work exchanges for those that want to save money while staying on the island.
It’s a well-known fact that the best way to learn a language is to totally immerse yourself in a different culture. By travelling to the country where your chosen language is spoken frequently, you’ll give yourself the best chance of becoming fluent quickly – and what better time to do this than on a gap year?