Adventure Travel in Sydney, Australia

36 Adventure Travel Abroad Programs in Sydney, Australia

Australia's Hop-on Hop-off Adventure Travel Pass

Guided, hop-on hop-off adventure travel passes between Sydney and Cairns, Loka is a Flexible Travel Collective on the East Coast of Australia. Travel on Loka buses and trains up the Coast with incredible experiences along the way. Head to a secret surf spot, a historic winery, stay in a beautiful lodge overlooking a national park, sleep under the stars at a remote cattle station, visit a Koa...

Volunteering Worldwide with Frontier

Experience the ultimate adventure in Australia with Frontier. Participants can have fun while dolphin watching, surfing, spotting kangaroos, sailing, and much more. They can also get a taste of the Aussie lifestyle by sleeping under the stars and enjoying barbecue on the beach.

Pacific Discovery-Summer & Semester Programs Abroad

Gain insight into Australian culture with Pacific Discovery. Participants can take part in a summer-long adventure travel program in Sydney. Join various cultural immersion activities, such as Eco Tours, Backpacking, and Volunteering.

University of Georgia

Spend your Maymester break in Australia through an academic program that examines environmental and human/cultural relations from the perspective of sustainability. Students will be observing animals up-close in a field setting. Sustainability is a crucial global issue, and Australia has made critical advances in green economics, politics, and lifestyle behaviors. They have also taken strid...

InterExchange

Spend your summer or semester break in Australia with InterExchange. They provide a program that lets participants travel throughout the country at their own pace. Participants can contact InterExchange's local office for assistance with housing and job searching if and when they need it.

Gapforce

Live and work in Sydney, Australia through Gapforce. They work with OzForce, a team of specialists that help working travelers find a job in the city. Placement options include office jobs, sales, construction, and bar jobs.

CEA - High School Foreign Exchange in Australia

When you are on the High school foreign exchange program with Campus Education Australia you will also have the opportunity to join the optional Safari adventure to the Barrier Reef, Opal fields, Uluru, Australian outback with a bunch of other students from all parts of the world also on Australia cultural exchange.

Live & Learn English in Sydney

Sydney is the largest city in Australia and, also the most populous. Sydney sits in two geographic regions; the Cumberland Plain and the North Shore. The Cumberland Plain is relatively flat and is the site of the first European developments while the North Shore is hilly with steep valleys the two were connected in 1932 with the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge which remains a major landma...

Rustic Pathways

Go on a two-week adventure in Sydney with Rustic Pathways. See the iconic opera house and other World Heritage sites in Australia while gaining a better understanding of Australian culture. The program includes activities in Voluntourism, Student Tours, and Environmental Studies.

Having Fun is Essential to a Meaningful Summer!

Westcoast Connection Active Teen Tours offers two unique four-week travel programs in Sydney that combine adventure and cultural immersion. The program, available to teens, provides various activities, such as Eco Tours, Snorkeling, and Scuba Diving.

Travel for Teens: Australia and New Zealand Service

Visit the land down under with TFT! This journey is a perennial TFT favorite, combining adventure with cultural exploration, and major travel destinations with little-known gems. Led by our beloved trip director who is a local, participants get to snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, hold a koala, and feed wild dolphins. They will also learn about the Aboriginal history and culture, and volunteer on...

Smaller Earth

Learn about the Australian way of life in this Smaller Earth adventure travel program. Live in Sydney for a year and gain a deeper understanding of Australian culture. The program is open to free-spirited participants from Europe, Canada, and the United States.