Do you have a job opportunity to advertise or are you interested in working within the ecotourism industry?
We are now offering FREE advertising for positions vacant for Ecotourism Australia certified operators and members! Our newsletter is received by close to 7,000 subscribers who share your interest in ecotourism.
COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING INTERNSHIP
We're looking for a Communications and Marketing Assistant!
Starting date: January 2021
The Communications and Marketing Assistant will be responsible for providing assistance with general marketing activities, and under direction of the Communications and Marketing Coordinator and Membership Coordinator, will be responsible for:
• Compiling and distributing Ecotourism Australia’s monthly ‘EcoBytes’ newsletter under the guidance of the Communications and Marketing Coordinator
• Creating content and regularly updating Ecotourism Australia’s social media platforms – Facebook, Instagram & LinkedIn
• Drafting special interest and new member articles for the Ecotourism Australia news page
To apply, please submit your CV and cover letter to Nadine email@example.com.
*Please note, this is an unpaid internship position.*
INTERNSHIPS WITH ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA
Ecotourism Australia regularly offers internships and volunteer placements to interested candidates and students studying in the fields of tourism management, marketing, eco and sustainable tourism, and environmental science. Our internships and volunteer placements are unpaid, located in Brisbane QLD, and typically require a minimum of three days per week for a minimum duration of three months. Applications for periods of less that 12 weeks will not be considered. To apply for an internship or volunteer placement, please send a cover letter and CV, along with preferred dates for your placement, to Nadine Schramm at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships available from October 2020.
Pumpkin Island, QLD
A rare opportunity exists to own your very own island! Advanced Ecotourism and Climate Action Leader certified Pumpkin Island, on Queensland's Southern Great Barrier Reef, has been owned by passionate ecotourism advocates Wayne and Laureth Rumble for the past 17 years. In 2018, the six-hectare island, which offers eco-friendly accommodation for up to 34 guests in seven self-catering units, was awarded world's most sustainable hotel at the World Boutique Hotel Awards. It currently offsets 150% of its greenhouse gas emissions and operates completely off-grid with solar and wind power, rainwater storage, and a back-up diesel generator.
The estimated selling price is $25 million.
Cape Cassini Wilderness Retreat, Kangaroo Island, SA
This incredibly unique property known as 'Cape Cassini Wilderness Retreat' , is located 35 minutes from Kingscote on the north coast of Kangaroo Island and offers 176 hectares (430 acres ) of pristine bush land and over 2 kilometres of coastal frontage.
A beautiful blend of the amazing and diverse range of wildlife, coupled with spectacular coastal scenery have combined to make this property into an ecotourism and ecologically sustainable tourism property with a primary focus on experiencing natural areas that foster environmental and cultural understanding, appreciation and conservation.
Cape Cassini Wilderness Retreat has been Advanced Ecotourism certified since 2003.
Barrington Outdoor Adventure Centre (BOAC), Gloucester, NSW
Operating in the pristine Barrington Tops region of NSW, this multifaceted adventure tourism business is 100% locally owned and has been guiding visitors and school groups in the region for over 30 years. Nobody knows this wilderness region better than the team at Barrington Outdoor Adventure Centre (BOAC) who bring a wealth of experience and unbeatable local knowledge of this beautiful and unique region. BOAC offers school groups, seasoned and weekend adventurers alike exceptional wilderness adventures through their canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, abseiling tours and educational programs. Plus it also has an online and retail shop with a national customer base.