Explore the whitest sand in Australia on this program that will take you all around the South Coast of NSW. After following cryptic clues and travelling on public transport to your camp, the adventure really begins. Throughout the program you will kayak, paddleboard, bike and cruise your way through some of NSW’s most pristine waterways and maybe even spot a dolphin!
Travel down the South Coast with the aid of cryptic clues
Explore Booderee National Park and its natural beauty
Fly through the air and treetops at Treetop Adventure
Rejuvenate natural wildlife habitats that were destroyed by bushfires.
Paddle on standup paddle boards and kayaks along the Jervis Bay coastline
Meet your Infuse leaders upon arrival into Sydney. You’ll split into your four groups and work as a team to navigate your way to the South Coast of NSW. Receive a series of clues and a scavenger hunt checklist as you compete against the other teams to get to the pick-up location!
Once you’ve arrived at your pick-up location, a 25-seater shuttle bus will be waiting to take you to Huskisson on Jervis Bay. Settle into your cabins and discuss the week ahead before hitting the crystal-clear waters for an afternoon swim. The beaches here are amongst the most beautiful in the world, which combined with rich Indigenous culture, resident dolphins, friendly kangaroos and the world’s whitest sand, you’re in for a week to remember.
The next two days will be spent exploring Jervis Bay through a series of outdoor activities as you make your way from Huskisson to the stunning Booderee National Park. This morning you’ll ride 9.2km along the coastline and discover famous white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters.
At lunchtime, you’ll change activities and continue towards Booderee on a standup paddle board! Learn the correct techniques from a local guide and continue along the coast to reach our campsite for this evening.
Tonight you’ll be camping in tents in the national park to immerse ourselves overnight in this unique environment.
Overnight: Green Patch campsite, Booderee National Park
Venture further along the coastline this morning in a sea kayak! From the beach at our campsite, you’ll paddle in pairs with your leaders and a sea kayak instructor to explore the hidden beaches and coves along the coast.
On arrival at Murray’s Beach, you’ll have lunch then meet an indigenous guide to take you on a cultural walk. Spend the afternoon connecting to country as you explore and discover the ecosystems that hold great importance to the Indigenous people of the Jervis Bay area. Walk along songlines, learn natural bush medicine and see uncovered rock art sites.
Today will be focused on giving back to the local community. We will partner with the Shoalhaven Council for service within the local community. Depending on the needs at the time, some of the service projects include working with the Bushcare team to rejuvenate natural habitats for the millions of animals that were displaced during the 2019/20 fires, tree replanting in the national park, helping out at a local wildlife refuge, or hands-on work at a local animal shelter where domestic pets have been placed after their family homes were destroyed.
For lunch you will get to try a famous Husky Meat Pie, then begin making your way north on our buses.
See the South Coast from a different perspective this afternoon and head out to tree top adventure park. Fly through the air on the flying foxes before finding yourselves scrambling along the rock face on Australia’s First Cliff Edge adventure park along the banks of the Shoalhaven River. Enjoy 360º views of the native bushlands, river and forests, while you feel the thrill of wobbling, crawling, balancing and flying from one tree to the next, between 2m to 25m above the ground!
Today will be full of fond farewells as you say goodbye to the pristine South Coast. You will then close the week off with our traditional closing ceremony, a unique and powerful activity that allows you to capture your favourite moments and memories from the past week.
This morning you’ll move as a group by train and head back to Sydney Airport to start the journey home.