Kuta

2017 Dates

Full Time

  • Week 1 Friday 17th November - Sunday 26th November (Previous Bali experience required)
  • Week 2 Friday 24th November - Sunday 3rd December

*Dates shown are arrival and depature dates, and duration include training days. 

**If you are applying as a team leader you are required at your location a day earlier.

Roles

Over the past decade the number of school leavers heading to Bali to celebrate the end of 12 years of schooling has increased dramatically to reports of approximately 6,000 over of the Schoolies period. Most of these celebrations take place in the coastal town of Kuta, and it is here that Red Frogs currently serve. 

The temperature is hot and the streets are constantly bustling with people all trying to get a bargain. Kuta is an exciting place where the music never dies and the people never sleep. It is undeniably a party paradise for young people. However, the strong influence of cheap alcohol and easily obtainable drugs makes for an unpredictable and potentially dangerous atmosphere, especially for vulnerable teenagers. There is no doubt you will be kept busy as a Frogger but this may also include water sports and foot massages, all in the name of providing Schoolies with non-alcohol activities.  After all, the work of the Red Frog is to be a positive influence in this party scene, providing both physical and emotional support for what is often a very confronting and overwhelming week for young school leavers.  

Team Leaders

Responsible for a team of 3 or 4, these people are on the ground often working between the hours of 3pm through until 5am. On most nights there will be an opportunity for down time somewhere during these hours. A part of your role as team leader will also be to document the movement of your experiences of your team each evening as well as attend extra meetings.  

Team Members

Along with their team leaders, these volunteers work in the hotels on the streets during the evenings and into the early hours of the morning, hanging with Schoolies and providing assistance when necessary. 

Costs

  Early Bird RegistrationNormal Registration

Register Before

31st July 2017 10th Nov 2017
Full Time (Inc. accom)** $250 $300

 

** Not all meals are included, however can be purchased extremely cheap for $5-8. Taxis and transport to/from the airport is roughly $15. Extra activities with Schoolies like parasailing, jet skiing & snorkelling range in price.

** Passport, flights & travel insurance is not included in the price.

** Please do not book flights or purchase travel insurance until your application has been approved.

Other requirements

WORKING WITH CHILDREN CARDS

Blue Cards – QLD Volunteers:

Blue Card Form

Blue Card FAQ 

Authorisation Form

Working With Children Check – NSW, VIC, WA, NT Volunteers:

Working With Children Check Form – NSW

Working With Children Check Form – VIC

Working With Children Check Form – WA

Working With Children Check Form - NT

Please Note:

•You can still register to be a volunteer even if you do not have a current blue card/wwcc, however, final approval will be dependant that you have received your Working With Children  Card prior to Friday 5th Nov.

•Applications should be processed through your local church.

•Application Deadline – 7th October (Your wwcc card application needs to be received by the Working With Children's Commission by the 7th October to ensure that it will be processed prior to Schoolies.) All enquiries about your blue card are to be made to the Commission For Children & Young People on 1800 113 611 (QLD only).

•If you have applied for a Blue Card/WWCC using your church as the nominated organisation, the Authorisation form will give Red Frogs Australia permission to access your blue card status at an earlier date and speed up the application process.

VISAS

If you have an Australian passport, your visa can be processed and paid for upon arrival in Bali. These are US$35 each and will last for 30 days. To confirm your country is included in this policy, click here.

TRAVEL INSURANCE

To do Red Frogs in Bali you will need to purchase travel insurance. There are number of options on the market, however it may be easiest and safest if you purchase your insurance along with your flights at a local travel agent. Many of these insurance policies will have an extra fee for scooter/motorbike use in Bali. Due to safety concerns, Red Frogs are not permitted to ride scooters/motorbikes during the Schoolies week. Therefore you will not need this extra insurance cover. To generate a quote for travel insurance with Cover-More click here.

Terms & conditions

Read the terms & conditions

Contact

 Email: bali@redfrogs.com.au

Phone: 1300 557 123

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