Having achieved Ecotourism Certification in 2010, Gwinganna Lifestyle Luxury Retreat has continued its pathway to success by winning multiple awards. Along with excellence in their product offering, these awards recognise Gwinganna’s ecological achievements and commitment to sustainable practices and conservation. Gwinganna offers itself as a green alternative when competing in international awards competitions. In 2016, the resort won the International Spa Innovate Award in the Experiences category, the Eco-Spa of the year award with AsiaSpa awards and was the best the luxury destination spa in Australia with World Luxury Spa Awards.
Ecotourism Australia is excited to announce that the official Regional Tourism Organisation for the Red Centre region in the Northern Territory, Tourism Central Australia, has just achieved Climate Action Business certification!
There are no excuses for Queensland tourism businesses not to get digital ready and improve their online presence since the second round of the Small Business Digital Grants Program was released on 8th March 2017.
Ecotourism Australia is delighted to congratulate Zoos South Australia, a non-profit conservation-based charity, for achieving Advanced Ecotourism certification for two of their attractions, Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Zoo. These attractions are dedicated towards saving species from extinction and facilitating a deep connection between people and nature.
Please join us in welcoming the newest Business Member to the Ecotourism Australia family, Woof Media!
Please join us in welcoming our newest Business Member, Power Knot!
Ecotourism Australia would like to wish the best of luck to all 28 of our eco certified members and Protected Area Manager (PAMs) members who have made it through as finalists in the 2016 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards! The awards take place in Darwin this Friday night, 24 February.