Congratulations to Rainbow Beach Adventure Company for achieving Ecotourism Certification!
Congratulations to Rainbow Beach Adventure Company (RBAD) for achieving Ecotourism Certification for their products, 3-day tag along Fraser Island Camping Tour and Private 4X4 Hire.
Explore world heritage listed Fraser Island with RBAC, driving this incredible ancient landscape visiting stunning lakes and viewpoints, endless beaches, subtropical forest and view native wildlife. Camp out under the stars at an exclusive fully equipped, environmentally friendly private campsite and enjoy stories of local indigenous culture, informative island driver/guide ecological interpretation, all in a social group atmosphere.
RBAC’s 3-day tag along Fraser Island Camping Tour allows guests to explore World Heritage listed Fraser Island (K’Gari) on an all-inclusive tag along self-drive camping adventure, visiting stunning lakes and viewpoints, endless beaches, subtropical forest and view native wildlife. A qualified and safety aware lead driver/guide will share stories of local indigenous culture and ecological interpretation, all in a social group atmosphere of other travellers.
Alternatively, visitors can opt for a 4x4 Private hire for the ultimate independent Fraser Island (K’Gari) experience with all safety instructions, island information and equipment, permits and ferry fees and mechanical support included.
While safety is of utmost importance during these tours, natural and cultural aspects about Fraser Island (K’Gari) are also presented emphasising their motto, “Don't destroy what you came to Enjoy”.
RBAC has several procedures and systems in place for recycling, re-using, reducing energy use and minimising disturbance to wildlife. This includes, renewable energy being used at the campsite in the form of solar power and rechargeable 12-volt lighting and consideration of breeding cycles of local wildlife when planning and conducting tours and measures put into place to minimise disturbance to these habitats. To ensure guests are well-informed prior to each tour, they attend a pre-tour briefing which covers all aspects of the tour, including safety, risks and environmental and cultural aspects.