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It is often said that “travel broadens the mind”. Whether you are an armchair traveller or are planning a trip of your own or, our course will unveil the secrets of some of the world’s top destinations. And best of all you don’t have to travel far to find us as our central CBD location is easily accessible by public transport. Be part of the WEA community!

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Scandinavia: Landscapes, People, Culture

Long winters and short summers, Northern Lights and Midnight Sun, lakes, forests, mountains, fjords and islands. The Northern part of Europe not only boasts stunning landscapes and natural phenomena, but is also is home to a mix of 25 million North-Germanic, Finnic and indigenous peoples in an area slightly larger than New South Wales. We will... [More]
$239 Limited / $215

<p>Long winters and short summers, Northern Lights and Midnight Sun, lakes, forests, mountains, fjords and islands. The Northern part of Europe not only boasts stunning landscapes and natural

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31 Jan
$239 Limited / $215

<p>Long winters and short summers, Northern Lights and Midnight Sun, lakes, forests, mountains, fjords and islands. The Northern part of Europe not only boasts stunning landscapes and natural

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31 Jan

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The Art Islands of the Inland Sea of Japan

Many are aware of the spectacular art museums and installations on three major islands in the Inland Sea of Japan. The three islands are Naoshima, Teshima, and Inujima. These art projects are supported by a Triennale, the 5th of which will occur in 2022. The Triennale is across a larger number of islands, 12 islands and 2 ports and leaves behind... [More]
$81 Limited / $73

<p>Many are aware of the spectacular art museums and installations on three major islands in the Inland Sea of Japan. The three islands are Naoshima, Teshima, and Inujima. These art projects are

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01 Feb

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Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Berlin

For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it is also the youngest of the biggest five, having been founded in the 15th century only. Seat of the Brandenburg Margraves and Electors, as well as the... [More]
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<p>For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it

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01 Feb
$39 Limited

<p>For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it

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01 Feb

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The Doo-Wop Years: 1953-1963

Doo-Wop was the harmony and feed good music of early Rock and Roll. Sung in groups of four or five, male and/or female, looking for an outside echo and vocal blend. It was begun by urban teens, both Black and White, in the early 1950s. Some of the notable groups were the Marcels, Tokens, Frankie Lymon and the Tennagers, Flamingoes, Dion and the... [More]
$49 Limited

<p>Doo-Wop was the harmony and feed good music of early Rock and Roll. Sung in groups of four or five, male and/or female, looking for an outside echo and vocal blend. It was begun by urban teens,

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04 Feb

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Exploring the Ancient City of Kanazawa, Japan

Kanazawa is a beautifully-preserved feudal city from the Edo Period of Japan (1603-1868). It is on the Sea of Japan and is reasonably remote but has recently been linked to Tokyo by the bullet train, and is now reachable within a few hours. Kanazawa has the famous Kenroku-en Garden, one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan. The feudal lords of... [More]
$39 Limited

<p>Kanazawa is a beautifully-preserved feudal city from the Edo Period of Japan (1603-1868). It is on the Sea of Japan and is reasonably remote but has recently been linked to Tokyo by the bullet

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08 Feb

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Vienna - Art, Opera & Sacher Torte

Our cultural visit to Vienna will commence with the Kunsthistorisches Museum to view some of the incredible collection of Bruegel, Caravaggio, Titian, Vermeer, Van Dyck, Durer amongst other painters – some arriving to the Hapsburg collection due to the sale of the art of the beheaded Charles I of England. Later Viennese artists such as Gustav Klimt... [More]
$39 Limited

<p>Our cultural visit to Vienna will commence with the Kunsthistorisches Museum to view some of the incredible collection of Bruegel, Caravaggio, Titian, Vermeer, Van Dyck, Durer amongst other

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09 Feb

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Cultural Treasures of Latin America

Extending from Mexico in the north to Argentina in the south, Latin America is a large region full of diversity, culture, and traditions. It’s known also for the warm hospitality and happiness of its people. Latinos are also famous for the sensuality of their dancing, for their varied and tasty dishes, and traditional and colourful cultural... [More]
$49 Limited

<p>Extending from Mexico in the north to Argentina in the south, Latin America is a large region full of diversity, culture, and traditions. It’s known also for the warm hospitality and happiness of

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11 Feb

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Discover Sydney's Contemporary Art Galleries

Discover Sydney's fabulous and ever-changing art scene and get an insider’s view into its stunning art precincts with their colourful surroundings. Each walk is specially designed to take you to a hub of diverse venues from major galleries to unexpected spaces tucked away in hidden corners and laneways. Meet gallerists, curators and artists, learn... [More]
$198 Limited / $178

<p>Discover Sydney's fabulous and ever-changing art scene and get an insider’s view into its stunning art precincts with their colourful surroundings. Each walk is specially designed to take you to a

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12 Feb

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Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Hamburg

Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest port is home to more bridges than Amsterdam or any other European city and hosts the world’s largest model railway, which can keep one fascinated for a... [More]
$39 Limited

<p>Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest

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15 Feb
$39 Limited

<p>Germany’s “Gate to the World”, the country’s second biggest city goes back to a fortress built by Charlemagne. Almost annihilated in WW II it has made a remarkable recovery. Europe’s third biggest

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15 Feb

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Wonders of the Buddhist World

Wanting to experience a holiday with a difference? Learn about the ancient and spiritual archaeological sites of Buddhism, the world’s 4th largest religion that is practiced by over 500 million people. Many are designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. We look at a variety of sites throughout Asia, including those in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka,... [More]
$39 Limited

<p>Wanting to experience a holiday with a difference? Learn about the ancient and spiritual archaeological sites of Buddhism, the world’s 4th largest religion that is practiced by over 500 million

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22 Feb

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