Viewing entries posted in August 2014
Congratulations to Noonaweena for taking home the Gold Award for Hosted Accommodation at the recent 2014 Hunter and Central Coast Awards for Excellence in Tourism.
Congratulations to Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort for achieving Climate Action certification at the Business level.
National Parks Association of Queensland will be presenting a public seminar, "Wild Kids”, about children and their (dis)connection with the natural world and its impacts at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Auditorium on 4th September at 7.15pm. Admission will be $5.00, following the panel discussion, there will be a Q&A and tea and coffee.
Last week our Operations Manager, Emily, represented Ecotourism Australia at the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Dialogue Event for Paths to Women's Economic Empowerment in Tourism and Textiles businesses.
Ecotourism Australia certified tourism operators not only focus on environmental and business sustainability, but they also often look at investing time and efforts into giving back to local communities and wildlife.
The 5th International Tourism Studies Association Conference brings together China’s leading experts on the country’s outbound tourism market. In doing so, it facilitates discussions on how to raise the profile of Western Australia and to effectively position Perth in the China market. It will be held at the Department of Parks and Wildlife Perth, Western Australia on the 26th November to the 28th November.
Geotourism & Australian National Landscapes to present workshop for Enhancing Regional Development Strategies
Geotourism & Australian National Landscapes will be presenting a workshop for Enhancing Regional Development Strategies on 8-10 October in Alice Springs, Northern Territory. See the poster below for more details: