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Kosciuszko National Park: Australia’s first Ecotourism Certified Destination

21 December 2016 | 0 Comments

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.

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Congratulations to Palace Adventures on Achieving Ecotourism Certification!

1 November 2016 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to Palace Adventures on Achieving Ecotourism Certification!

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Fun Over Fifty introduces new Being Seen Being Green policy

3 May 2016 | 0 Comments

Following the launch of their successful Green Guest Policy in 2015, on June 3rd, Fun Over Fifty will kick off their new "Being Seen, Being Green" policy. The aim of this policy is to involve their guests in their mission to become recognised as the most sustainable tour operator in Australia, by partnering with fellow tourism suppliers.

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ECO certified tourism rewarded at 2015 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards

8 February 2016 | 0 Comments

The 2015 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards Gala Night took place last Friday, with some of Australia’s best tourism operators on display. Ecotourism Australia was thrilled to see 38 of our members represented, taking home 17 well-earned awards, and making up 22% of all award winners.

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Good Luck to our Members at the Australian Tourism Awards tonight!

4 February 2016 | 0 Comments

Ecotourism Australia would like to wish the best of luck to all 38 of our members who have made it through as finalists in the 2015 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards! 

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Christmas Island open for business: Parks Australia looking for EOI

29 January 2016 | 0 Comments

Parks Australia is looking for Expressions of Interest for tourism investments and entrepreneurial ideas on Christmas Island. Christmas Island National Park is famous for its fascinating rainforest and marine life. Unique species, like the Red Crab, and abundant wildlife call the National Park their home. Among birdwatchers, Christmas Island is considered a hidden gem.  

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Tips for a sustainable Christmas

21 December 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s that time of year again! Every year around Christmas, people embark on their long awaited and well needed holidays, each year swearing to do things better than the last. May this time you’ll plan ahead, travel more responsibly or seek out a more authentic experience. We’ve thought of eight tips that will help you to keep last year’s resolutions:

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Ecotourism Australia Members Rewarded at State Tourism Awards

2 December 2015 | 0 Comments

Over the past four weeks, the winners of State Tourism Awards have been announced at gala nights across the country and Ecotourism Australia (EA) has been thrilled to see our members make up 25% of winners in eligible categories. Fifty one (51) EA members, making up over 10% of EA’s total membership base, took home seventy one (71) awards this year. A remarkable result with better than one in ten members of Ecotourism Australia being acknowledged as winners at the State Tourism Awards.

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Tasmania announced as the host for Ecotourism Australia’s 2016 GlobalEco Conference

18 November 2015 | 0 Comments

‘And the winner is Tasmania!’ announced Rick Murray, Chairman of Ecotourism Australia, today declaring Ecotourism Australia’s 2016 GlobalEco conference will be held in Tasmania. ‘Tasmania is a centre for ecotourism in Australia with high quality tour operators delivering excellent experiences in a land blessed with natural and cultural wonders,’ said Mr. Murray.

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