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.
Yarra Valley Cherries is an Australian owned boutique premium cherry grower with an aspiration to produce the freshest and highest quality cherries available.
Island Jet have achieved Ecotourism Certification for their one-hour exciting offshore jet boat ride through the iconic Whitsunday waters. We would like to welcome them to Ecotourism Australia!
Congratulations to Australian 4x4 Driver Training and Australian 4x4 Travel for achieving Nature Tourism!
Congratulations to Australian 4x4 Driver Training and Australian 4x4 Travel (Australian 4x4) for achieving Nature Tourism certification for their tours Never Never and Simpson Desert , Madigan Line and Simpson Desert and Victorian High-Country. We’re thrilled to have you onboard!
Whalesong Cruises have achieved Advanced Ecotourism for their tours, Whalesong Morning Whale Watch Cruises, Whalesong Sunset Whale Watch Cruises, Whale Search/Dolphin Watch Cruise and Fraser, Beach & BBQ Cruise.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, as part of National Trust of Australia (Queensland) (NTAQ) launched their new Ngulli Nyeumba Amphitheatre where local and international students will be immersed in Indigenous culture.
Sustainable tourism has received a lot of attention in the last decade or so, with more and more travellers choosing eco-friendly destinations. It is important to ensure that tourism is a sustainable activity without negatively impacting the people and places involved. But how do we determine the level of visitation of a destination that would not affect its sustainability?