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One of NSW’s most popular tourism destinations, Kosciuszko National Park (KNP) has achieved Australia’s first Ecotourism Destination Certification, through Ecotourism Australia’s (EA) new Ecotourism Destination Certification program that recognises best practice in sustainable tourism in protected areas.
Congratulations Intrepid Travel on your 6th year anniversary for becoming one of the biggest carbon neutral travel companies in the world.
Please join us in welcoming our newest member: Freedom Whale Watch and Charters who have just received Ecotourism Certification for their 'Premium 3/4 Day Whale Watch Tour'. Congratulations!
Infinity Announces Partnership with Ecotourism Australia for Eco-Guide Certification in Greater Chin
Infinity (Int'l) Travel Holdings Limited (Infinity), a leading Hong Kong-based wholesale travel company and ecotourism travel operator in the Greater China region, today announced that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Ecotourism Australia (EA) as an exclusive partner to execute EA's EcoGuide Certification in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau.
Please join us in welcoming our newest business member Cooee Traveller. This company is Australia’s newest Indigenous Tourism Development and Management company, recently launched at the 2016 Global Eco Asia Pacific Tourism Conference in Hobart.
After a lot of hard work, dedication and with the help of Canopy, Calypso Star Charter has managed to offset 100% of their carbon emissions relating to vessel propulsion, shore power, office, company travel, passenger transfers (hotel to vessel) and bait storage.
Ecotourism Australia is very proud to announce and congratulate our longest-serving Board Member, Mr Tony Charters AM, on his recent industry awards.
We are very pleased to announce that 63 of our members and operators have won at least one award in the 2016 State Tourism Awards. Over the last couple of weeks each state has hosted their 2016 National Tourism awards night, selecting one gold winner and in some cases silver and bronze medallists in an array of different categories such as Major Tourist Attractions, Cultural Tourism, Adventure Tourism and last but not least, Ecotourism.