Australian Wildlife Journeys have listed eight unique conservation travel opportunities offered by some of Australia's leading wildlife tour operators, including citizen science and wildlife atlassing, habitat restoration projects, environmental watering and ornithological opportunities. For travellers looking to get more out of their travel experience and help with some incredible conservation initiatives,

A place of ANZAC reverence and personal challenge, the Kokoda Trail has been a place of pilgrimage for travellers for many decades. Australians are very proud of their military history, and the Kokoda Spirit touches many who have heard about the remarkable Australian forces and their achievements along the Kokoda

Located in Outback Queensland, Porcupine Gorge National Park is about 60km north of the town of Hughenden. It covers an area of 5410ha, extending some 25kms along Porcupine Creek and out to surrounding open woodland and grassland. This ancient land is home to the Yirendali Aboriginal people. The creek has carved