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Global Link Queensland 2020 General Information

Date Monday, August 3 to Thursday, August 6, 2020
Venue Tangalooma Island Resort, Queensland, Australia
Contents Idea contest among elementary, junior high, and high school students from Australia and other countries in the Asia Pacific region

Two segments are set: the Junior Segment (elementary school students) and the Senior Segment (junior-high and high school students).
Participants Oral session (on-stage presentation)  

Timetable (basic program)

First day
Monday, August 3
Brisbane driving tour, the University of Queensland campus tour
Travel to Moreton Island by ferry
Desert safari tour, dolphin feeding
Dinner, and then rehearsal (PowerPoint operation check)
Second day
Tuesday, August 4
Opening ceremony
AM: Oral session (junior)
PM: Tanga Eco-Challenge (environmental conservation activity, junior)
Oral session (senior 1)
Award ceremony
Welcome dinner      
Third day
Wednesday, August 5
AM: Oral session (senior 2)
PM: Tanga Eco-Challenge (senior)
Award ceremony
Farewell dinner
Fourth day
Thursday, August 6
Travel to Brisbane by ferry
At the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary:
SDGs program (senior), free stroll (junior)
Shopping at Surfers Paradise       


  • Main Venue : Tangalooma Island Resort

    Tangalooma is located on the center of Moreton Island, the third-largest sand island in the world, located 40km of Brisbane. The sea around the area is inhabited by dolphins, dugongs, and whales, and is a place where untouched nature flourishes. In this program, participants will have the chance to learn about the geography and history of Moreton Island and its surroundings that foster this extraordinary natural environment, as well as a chance to interact with the nature of Tangalooma through activities such as dolphin feeding.

Visit (tentative plan)

  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

    This is a nonprofit organization operating under a national trust that aims to protect natural wildlife. In a 27-hectare area, they protect over 100 species of animals, including koalas, in environments that are very similar to nature.
    This year, the SDGs program is planned to be held here.


Organizer Global Link Executive Committee
Co-sponsorship Tangalooma Island Resort
Sponsors Shinkoshuppansha Keirinkan, Vixen Co., Ltd.
Project operation The JTB Group
Official supporters Japan School Tours Bureau, Tourism and Events Queensland
Cooperators Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Nippon Science Service (NSS)