Travel to isolated and incredibly bio-diverse Kangaroo Island, South Australia, and contribute to the conservation of koalas and other native Australian species. Spending some time on this reserve will allow you to become fully immersed within this unique island ecosystem. You will become familiar with the sights and sounds of the many native species that you will encounter daily. The conservation reserve is bordered on one side by 100,000 acres of protected primary forest and wilderness lands and by the Great Southern Ocean on the other. You won't be bothered with air, light or noise pollution, but only the sounds of the bush and the shine of the milky way. You will be working on pristine beaches, spectacular coastline, old growth maritime bushland and forest, as well as with native species such as koalas, dingoes, goannas, kangaroos, wallabies and wombats. The island is unquestionably one of Australia's most awe inspiring locations.