Viewing entries posted in October 2014
Winners of the 2014 RACV Victorian Tourism Awards have been announced, with great results for some of Ecotourism Australia's Victorian operators!
Congratulations to Mount Nancar Wilderness Retreat who have been recognized for their efforts - achieving Nature Tourism certification.
Yesterday, 28th October 2014, Ecotourism Australia (EA) held their 2014 Annual General Meeting with its largest recorded attendance due to the use of new technology. For the first time the meeting was conducted via web conferencing and now paves the way for EA’s future meetings and facilitating participation by members across the nation.
Media Release: Ecotourism Australia partners with TripAdvisor to launch GreenLeaders Programme down under
TripAdvisor®, the world’s largest travel website, yesterday announced plans to extend its successful TripAdvisor GreenLeaders™ programme into Australia. Ecotourism Australia has partnered in the development of the programme which aims to help travellers around the world plan greener trips by highlighting accommodation providers that engage in environmentally-friendly practices.
Congratulations to Taronga and partners the Zoo and Aquarium Association (ZAA) and TRAFFIC, who were recently awarded as finalists in the Google Impact Challenge for their project, The Wildlife Witness app.
Congratulations to New World Tour Service who have been recognised for their efforts - achieving Ecotourism certification. New World Tour Service has achieved Ecotourism certification for four of their tour products;
Congratulations to Ecocrackenback who have been recognised for their efforts - achieving Nature Tourism certification.
Congratulations to Seawalker Green Island for Achieving Advanced Ecotourism and Climate Action Business certification
Congratulations to Seawalker Green Island who have been recognised for their efforts - achieving Advanced Ecotourism and Climate Action Business certification.
Wildlife Tourism Australia Inc. and the Office of Environment and Heritage will be hosting a workshop on Wildlife Tourism and Conservation of Biodiversity in Parks, as a parallel event to the World Parks Congress.