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On tour of New Caledonia: An insider perspective

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Known as the Paris of the Pacific, New Caledonia is fast becoming a go-to destination for students of language. But with its rich pioneer and colonial history and diverse blend of ethnicities that call New Caledonia home, this island nation has an abundance of cultural opportunities waiting to be explored and enjoyed. Earlier this year, Katarina…

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On tour with WorldStrides: Safety and Security

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At WorldStrides, the safety of our school groups is our number 1 priority. We have an unmatched, comprehensive security network that ensures every student, chaperone, and teacher is safe each step of the way. Global Networks WorldStrides has a global presence with over 45 offices around the world to monitor situations and assist in the…

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Top Picks: Educational History Programs and Experiences Around Australia

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Whether you want to follow in the footsteps of Australia’s early settlers or discover the ancient history and culture of our indigenous people, the educational opportunities available to students across Australia are aplenty. Our educational tours can be tailored to all areas of history, no matter where you’re travelling to! Here are our top picks…

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The benefits of an immersive language tour

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Many studies have been conducted into the benefits of learning a second language, with research linking bilingualism to literacy development and improved cognitive skills such as memory and perception, as well as the ability to multi-task, problem solve, make decisions and communicate. It’s also been found that learning a second language can help you to…

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Thanks to Matt Huttner

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It is with a mix of appreciation and sadness that Jim Hall and I announce Matt Huttner’s departure as General Manager of WorldStrides Australia on 13th April 2017. Matt has been at WorldStrides for 5 years, initially as Vice President and Assistant General Manager in China and more recently as General Manager of our Australian…

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Packing tips for every traveller

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“What should I pack?” That’s one of the most popular questions we hear. While packing needs vary by destination – you won’t need the same heavy coat you may take to the snow if you’re headed to the tropics– so here are a few packing tips that are universal. Make A List While it may be obvious…

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WorldStrides at 50: A local company with global reach

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This year we’re celebrating a big milestone… 50 years in operations! We’re extremely honoured to have the opportunity to partner with Australian schools and teachers to send students on experiential learning programs around Australia and abroad. Our milestone was recently profiled in Charlottesville Tomorrow… Where it all began… In the 1960’s, Phil Wendel and a…

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Adventure photography on tour

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A picture is worth a thousand words… So when you’re taking photos on tour, it’s important to create a narrative that truly documents your experience. Here are our top tips for adventure photography on tour! Use flash outdoors It seems like a flash would be the last thing you need on a bright day, but…

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Don’t miss out! Perform at the Sydney Opera House

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This July, secondary music ensembles from Australia and abroad are performing in Sydney for the inaugural Australia Festival! During the festival students participate in music workshops and an adjudicated performance, they also have the exciting opportunity to meet with fellow students as they expand their music skills and repertoire. Performing at the Sydney Opera House,…

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