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I have had the opportunity to visit Wambiana two different times. I am a teacher from the United States who travels overseas with high school students, and both times I’ve left Wambiana feeling like my students and I had been extremely fortunate to have Wambiana on our itinerary. Michael and Michelle, along with their children, really do a wonderful job of teaching their visitors all about what life is like on an Australian outback cattle station! Our days were filled with lots of fun and educational hands-on activities – everything from milking cows, petting farm animals, outback olympics, and learning about every day life in the outback. Both nights we gathered around a big campfire and enjoyed the beauty of the night sky, which was brilliant without city lights spoiling the view. During my most recent stay in July of 2017, I was really impressed with the updates made to accommodations and restrooms since my first visit. At the end of 19 days in Australia, my students ranked their visit here as one of their very favorite parts of their visit Down Under. I can’t wait to return!


Teacher Leader
People to People International

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