PLANNING LIFE AGAIN IN 2018
In 2018, Life Again will be coordinating several outback trips to Central Australia. Join Gareth Andrews for a journey of discovery and reflection in Central Australia’s Aboriginal community. You will need to bring an open mind, a willingness to learn and grow, and a sense of adventure.
These trips can be a life changing experience for you, as well as for the Aboriginal communities involved.
Trips run between April and September so there’s plenty of time to start packing
Travelling by plane, you will relish the experience of living and sleeping in the communities, learning about our country’s rich history, feeling the red earth, breathing the fresh air and savouring the silence.
Bring an open mind, a willingness to learn and grow, and a sense of adventure
Bring an open mind, a willingness to learn and grow, and a sense of adventure. The trips are between four and six nights and can be tailored to best suit the needs of each individual or group. They will run between April and September to avoid the heat of summer. Travel in air-conditioned comfort aboard the beautiful Pilatus PC-12, built in Switzerland and flown by the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Flights accommodate a maximum of eight people.
There are also vehicle trips to and from Alice Springs and/or Uluru for a deeper but equally immersing experience.
Leave your everyday life behind for a moment and challenge yourself
Learn about yourself
Learn about your country
Learn about our people
Walking across Lake Eyre
“Aboriginals have been in Australia for 70,000 years and counting; you mob have been here for 130 years. Do you reckon there is anything we can teach you?”
Prof. Barry Judd, Aboriginal, Charles Darwin University, Alice Springs Campus.
Life Again welcomes groups, couples, corporates, individuals and those who are inquisitive! Leave your everyday life behind for a moment and challenge yourself in a completely different environment – physically, emotionally, spiritually.
Register your interest, and the months that would suit you to travel, now! We do try to avoid travelling during the school holidays, where possible.