Winter is dead and spring has sprung!

This public holiday Monday, escape the city and recharge in nature with the ‘Walk in the Park’ Royal National Park Tour.

When: Monday 7th October (Labour day public holiday)

Time: 8.15 am – 4/4.30 pm

Meeting Point: Central station / 814 George Street (outside ‘Wake Up! Hostel)

Payment: Before Friday 4th October

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Head north this Queen’s birthday public holiday for wine tasting and Aussie animals great and small

Escape the City & Recharge in Nature

The ‘Walk in the Park’ Royal National Park Tour – Saturday May 18th

Clear blue skies and wonderful autumn weather on Saturday 27th April made for a great day in the Blue Mountains for the international students of UniLodge .

This Easter Saturday Recharge in Nature and join the Royal National Park ‘Walk in the Park’ Tour

Escape the City & Recharge in Nature

Sandboarding & Dolphin Watching at Port Stephens

It doesn’t get much better than this!

Spread the word! This weekend we are off to beautiful Port Stephens on the NSW North Coast for sand boarding and dolphin watching. Contact Claudia Salvati at Travel Australia Centre by Close of Business (COB) Thursday to pay and join this amazing tour at this amazing price!

Claudia Salvati

General  Manager

Level 4, suite 402 114-120 Castlereagh street, CBD  NSW 2000 Sydney

Phone: +61 288808083  Mobile: +61 478018603   WhatsApp: +61 478018603




Discover the beautiful North Coast region of Port Stephens, a diverse blue water paradise of pristine waterways, golden sandy beaches, eco-diverse marina, and National Parks. Nature is at the centre of all that is Port Stephens and is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Sydney.

Crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and touring through the leafy and affluent northern suburbs of Sydney, we travel over the Hawkesbury River, a holiday hub for boat lovers, and make our way to Stockton Beach, home to the biggest sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere. Once at Stockton beach you can jump on board a custom 4WD vehicle to find and ride the biggest dunes for sandboarding (own expense $20). Though you may prefer to try camel riding (own expense $15) or just chill on the beach.

The next stop is Nelson Bay, where we will have approximately 1 hour for lunch (own expense) before joining a dolphin watching cruise to watch pods of bottlenose dolphins as they play in the waves of the bow. Once returned to the Marina, we will board the bus for return transfer back to Sydney.

What’s included

– Return transport from Sydney

– The Sand Dunes of Stockton beach
– 1.5 hour Dolphin Watching Cruise
– Experienced Aussie Guide

Optional extras

– Sandboarding & 4WD (+$20)

– Camel Riding (+$15)

What to bring

– Sun protection (sunscreen, hat, clothing)
– Swimming suit and towel for swimming (if times permits)
– Day pack with water bottle/drinks
– Lunch or money to buy lunch

It doesn’t get much better than this!

Time to Escape the City & Recharge in Nature?

Stretch your legs and enjoy the wonder of Mother Nature!

Sydney Super Special on a Soggy day!

The rain didn’t stop the ‘Sydney Super Special’ City & Beaches tour on Saturday March 9th. Run in conjunction with UniLodge on Broadway, it included a fun and informal English lesson on Sydney for new international students at Sydney University & UNSW.

Walking along the beach barefoot in the rain was the best part of the day!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, rainy days at the beach are more alive!

Bronte Beach BBQ with Ability English

We cooked the BBQ while they played games!