Sandy18 Camel Expedition

Medical and risk management support for an expedition across Australia's most remote deserts

Outback Australia

Published: 01-Jun-2017

Category: projects

Austere provided pro bono medical support and a risk management plan to the Great Sandy 18 Camel Train fundraising expedition, May - June 2018. The epic 30-night, 1200km trek lead the two-person, six-camel team through Western Australia's most barren wilderness, raising money and awareness for Melanoma WA and the RFDS.

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