It makes good business sense to preserve the place in which you work. For our members, protecting their local environment means that not only will their visitors get an amazing experience, but also that they’ll be able to operate sustainably in years to come.
Congratulations to Kanu Kapers for achieving Advanced Ecotourism Certification for their sustainable one day and multi-day Noosa Everglades kayak tours.
Larry Mulder’s idea for Envirodry single-use biodegradable towels came 15 years ago, to meet a need in the hair and beauty industry. In 2015, the business started, and it didn’t take long for Larry to realise that these 100% viscose, 100% biodegradable towels really worked, and would be ideally suited to other industries and businesses which launder a lot of towels, including ecotourism businesses.
Coral reefs are some of our world’s most precious ecosystems. From the Great Barrier Reef in Australia to the Red Sea Coral Reef in Egypt, Israel and Saudi Arabia and everything in between, coral reefs have long provided both employment and enjoyment for many people around the globe.
We are pleased to welcome Eco Structures to the Ecotourism Australia Business Member community!
We would like to welcome Worawa Aboriginal College Ltd. to the Ecotourism Australia Business Member community!
As an ecotourism operator, you have a strategic role to play in converting more tourists to make eco-friendly choices. Attracting visitors who are not particularly environmentally conscious and changing their behaviours is hard work. Moreover, it can be frustrating to see them not following the eco-friendly recommendations you’ve put in place.
Congratulations to our newest certified operator, Sweet Farm Tours, for achieving Ecotourism Certification for their Farmer Guided Tours!