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Red Frogs is an internationally recognized schoolies and universities support network which has been operating for over 14 years. Since our induction into schoolies on the Gold Coast in  1997, the Red Frog Crew have given out tonnes of Allen’s Frogs Alive Red Frogs every year as our ice-breaker at 15 schoolies and leavers festivals around Australia, as well as at university O-week celebrations and events. Red Frogs can now also be found in Bali and Fiji.

The Red Frog Crew is most well-known for its service at schoolies and leavers festivals, where over 1400 volunteers aim to support school-leavers through their week-long celebrations, providing a positive presence within their party culture. The Red Frog Crew assist schoolies with Allen’s Red Frogs and most importantly, offering emotional support through what can often be a challenging week.


 

S-Trip Grad Trips - North America

S-Trip! is a leading expert on student travel in North America! We now provide life-changing Grad Trips to over 25,000 students annually in over 10 destinations.

With a passion for people and places, S-Trip! has offices in Calgary, Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, and the Dominican Republic. S-Trip! ensures students have the time of their lives by building its reputation on safety and industry-leading customer service.

http://www.s-trip.com/

 



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