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1. Posted by sarajj (Budding Member 8 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hi all,

Im off to Oz on the 18th June starting from Cairns and travelling through to Sydney then Auckland (NZ), well thats the plan . . .

Im 21 female travelling alone this is my first time in Oz, ekk!

Taking part in conservation work in sydney, but would love to find a travelling companion or some people to meet up with along the way.

Any travel advise or hostel knowledge welcome very much so.




2. Posted by AKJ (Budding Member 24 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hi Im travelling to oz by my self but its not till November next year doing a lot of saving up be 4 i go. So far the best hostels i have looked at are the YHA hostels they have had a lot of good reviews. If you want to have a look go to the site is reaaly helpfull. Hope everything goes well. Adele

3. Posted by Cnebis (Budding Member 12 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hi sarah.

Im going over in july by myself. Im 21 n neva dun any travellin before so havent got a clue whats comin!! all part of the adventure. il b workin in sydney for a bit too, dont know what doin yet tho. just to save up a bit coin.

take care


4. Posted by jazzbrit (Full Member 98 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Heya, I'm flying to sydney on the 10th May on my own so if anyone wants to go out for a few beers and is around sydney at that time. just say! Cause I'm really nervous!

5. Posted by Ccfit (Inactive 12 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hey! I'm also 21 and heading over to oz solo and for the first time (in mid april)!!! What is conservation work??? Anyways take care, maybe I will see you there!

6. Posted by sarajj (Budding Member 8 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Thanks for responding!

Conservation work is just taking part in a projects to help protect Australia's ecosystems and outback, and its a not for profit organisation for things like tree planting, seed collection, construction and maintenance of walk ways, habitat restoration, heritage restoration, endangered flora and fauna surveys and monitoring, weed control and salinity control and many other.

Ive chosen to do 4 weeks but all meals and accommodation is included and it works out cheaper than renting and working. Its great to meet new people, also looks great on CV.