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May 25, 2003

Northern Australian Deaf Safaris

From: Northern Australian Deaf Safaris - May 25, 2003


Northern Australian Deaf Safaris is proud to announce a new tour service for the worldwide deaf community intending to visit Australia from 2004 onwards, including the 2005 Deaflympics.

Northern Australian Deaf Safaris has answered the cry for help from the large number of international deaf travellers who have visited Australia in the past and have participated in tours by hearing tour guides with no sign language skills and or a clear understanding of deaf culture.

All our Australian tour guides are deaf, fluent in several sign languages and are very happy to drive visitors in high-powered four-wheel drive vehicles to the most remote places on earth scattered around the amazing Northern Territory and Queensland.

Northern Australian Deaf Safaris is committed to providing all valued deaf travellers a high standard of quality, personalised service and to allow all visitors the opportunity to see the best of what Australia has to offer.

Our 1-day tours cover Darwin, Cairns, Brisbane and Alice Springs, and our 10-day and 14-day camping tours include Australian icons such as Ayers Rock and the world-famous Great Barrier Reef. All deaf visitors will get to handfeed kangaroos and wallabies, cuddle a koala, watch crocodiles jump into the air, hold a baby crocodile in one hand, go sand tobogganing down the world's highest sandhill, ride in hot air balloons, ride quad bikes, try bungy jumping, and a whole lot more.

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