Coral Expeditions and Australian Geographic announced the extension of their partnership
This partnership encompasses four new special Australian Geographic Society curated expeditions to explore remote natural and cultural regions in the coastlines of Australia and beyond.
Battles and Beaches: 75th Anniversary of WWII – a 13-night exploratory voyage through Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and the autonomous region of Bougainville commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII. Departing 23 October 2020 onboard Coral Discoverer.
Coastal Wilds of Tasmania – a 10-night coastal odyssey from Hobart taking in the Huon River, world heritage Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour, Bruny Island, Maria Island, Freycinet Peninsula and Port Arthur. Departing 17 January 2021 onboard Coral Discoverer, Australian Geographic Society Host: Adventurer, Justin Jones.
Island Outposts of West Australia – a pioneering 27-night voyage of the island outposts of Australia’s west coast including the Abrolhos, Cocos Keeling and Christmas Islands along with Ashmore Reef. Departing 26 March 2021 onboard Coral Geographer), Australian Geographic Society Host: Chris Bray, adventurer and wildlife photographer.
Outerknown Adventures on the Great Barrier Reef – a 7-night journey to the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef to experience world heritage reef and rainforest, indigenous culture, meet diverse marine species and to enjoy solitude. Departing 30 Jun 2021 onboard Coral Discoverer.
Joining these expeditions will be special guest lecturers representing the Australian Geographic Society such as Justin Jones and Chris Bray, who will impart knowledge and share stories through the expedition.