Congratulations to 1770 Reef for Achieving Advanced Ecotourism Certification for Tours- Lady Musgrave, Pancake Creek, and Fitzroy Lagoon!
Based in the town of 1770, 1770 Reef provide nature based day trips to the Southern Great Barrier Reef, including Lady Musgrave Island, Pancake Creek and Fitzroy Lagoon. 1770 Reef’s high-speed catamaran, Emelie, will take guests to world class snorkel and dive locations. Visiting Lady Musgrave Island, a 14 hectares coral cay, guests are invited to view the local marina life, including turtles and manta rays, in the pristine water of the coral fringed Lady Musgrave Lagoon. This is the perfect location to explore Australia’s Southern Great Barrier Reef first hand.
EcoNorfolk Foundation is a non-profit organisation based on Norfolk Island, which is dedicated to promoting ecologically sustainable development on Norfolk Island.
The 4th of October 2017 is World Animal Day and we would like to acknowledge and celebrate a few of our certificated operators who contribute and support this year’s mission- ‘To raise the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the globe’.
Best of Queensland Experiences – A world-first marketing initiative to show the very best of Queensland’s Tourism Experiences
From diving on the Great Barrier Reef to exploring the breathtaking beaches of the Whitsunday Islands or walking in the footsteps of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestors – Queensland offers some of the best tourism experiences in the world.
The My Green Butler project has been acknowledged by the UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organisation) as a worthy sustainable tourism project and has been featured in their annual magazine. Ecotourism Australia has been supporting the project and is happy to celebrate its success.
Australian Wildlife Adventures’ inspiring submission into the UNAA World Environment Day Climate Action Awards 2017
We would like to acknowledge one of our members, Australian Wildlife Adventures, on their submission in the UNAA World Environment Day Climate Action Awards 2017, highlighting their outstanding efforts to combat climate change.
“You can be the change you want to see in the world. You can be an ambassador for a better
future. This World Tourism Day, whenever you travel, wherever you travel, remember to:
Respect Nature, Respect Culture, Respect Your Host.” – Taleb Rifai, UNWTO Secretary-General
Congratulation to Wolgan Valley Eco Tours for achieving Advanced Ecotourism certification for their tours- Petries Gully Nature Walk, Wollemi Twilight Wildlife Tours, Glow Worm Tunnel Hike, Donkey Mountain Hike and Newnes Shale Oil Refinery Ruins Walking Tour in the Wolgan Valley, NSW.