This is Wander //

A new way of seeing 

What makes you come alive?

Falling in love? New possibility? A breakthrough or growth? A new way of seeing great beauty, connection, belonging? We need to find ourselves in a larger story.

In striving for meaning so many of us have bought into the lie that our value is based on performance.  We find our identity in what we can produce, and it drives us to produce more and more.

We believe that we don’t need something more, we need something real.

We need to rediscover the power of rest.

We need to find peace in who we are and what we’ve been given. We need to practice gratitude. Then we can grow and be effective in our world. Being precedes doing. We do our best, when we are at our best.

“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs.
Ask yourself what makes you come alive,
and go do that,
because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”

– Howard Therman

Imagine if you could empower people to come alive and create a positive impact on the world.

Imagine a holiday that wasn’t just about escape but about finding the wisdom, the strength and the space to help others.

And imagine returning with a new perspective, shaped by the people and experiences of your journey – ready to live well.

Wander is the Australian Ambassador of the Transformational Travel Council and we share their mission to create change by empowering, guiding and supporting travellers in their pursuit of personal growth and global understanding Wander creates a space for connection.

We have a unique relationship with our landscape.
Our culture has been formed by the smell of rainforests in the morning and the taste of outback dust in our mouths.
It’s the salt drying on our skin as we head back from the beach.
We need to be reunited with the natural world and its ancient paths.

Keep Wandering.

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