Australia has the unique distinction of being a country-continent and having its unique set of flora and fauna, not to be found anywhere else in the world. Backpacking the outback is a wonderful way to commune with nature and when you plan to do so, there are many websites that give wonderful tips and advice specifically on backpacking that come in handy on your trip.
These tips are applicable anywhere in the world, for example, Australia too. Australia offers so much: surfing, backpacking the outback, exploring forests and rocky trails.
If you need to brush up on your English language skills or want to teach English for a career as a TEFL/TESOL teacher, mixing your backpacking experience with a little bit of learning through the famous ESL Language Study Abroad programs.
They have partner language schools across Australia, in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin, Hobart, Adelaide, Brisbane, Fremantle, Cairns, and Port Douglas to name the major locations. Learn English in Australia while exploring the outback. An ideal way to learn English in Australia may not be at the ESL partner school but in a teacher’s home that can just as well serve as a base for your explorations.