CERES GLOBAL invite you to travel on unique participatory, cross cultural, educational and skill sharing programs. Each year we visit, learn from and work with our international partner organisations doing exceptional work in sustainability, the environment, community development, social equity and education. The trips are open to people of any age or background wanting to travel with meaning and purpose and willing to open their hearts and minds to another culture and way of life. Read more…
CERES Global is the international outreach program of the not-for-profit CERES Community Environment Park. We are a Social enterprise with a passion for designing and facilitating group journeys into new cultural settings with the intent of creating a space of mutual learning and the exchange of ideas. Each year we organise trips to over 9 destinations and we welcome anyone to join us.
All trips run at cost price. Fees include meals, accommodation, transport, community contributions, facilitator support, carbon offsets, pre trip preparations and administration. It does not include flights, visas and items of a personal nature.
CERES Global News
This poem was written by Darcy Neave, a participant on the CERES Global Arnhem Land Living on Country Workshop. There is magic in this place In this Faraway Land, Where the sun burns hot In [...]
I was recently asked by one of our participants who travelled with us on our Permaculture design Course in Timor to participate in a number of research questions related to his studies. The key questions [...]
This article is was originally published in Swinburne Media on 4th March 2016. Swinburne University of Technology students are moving beyond the classroom and applying their IT and business skills to help remote tribal communities [...]
The CERES Global team are raising funds to help send some of the team over to Jamnya in March. The Start Some good campaign is now live so follow the links and donate a few [...]
Some reflections on our 2014 Samoa trip, By Charlotte and Melanie. On Sunday, we got up early to go help prepare a traditional Samoan Umu. We had been invited by Tu and his wife Lei [...]