Viewing entries posted in June 2017
Ecotourism Australia’s (EA) most recent Secret Shopping survey reveals exclusive findings based on a sampling of one third (150) of our certified members. Our mystery shopper, from May to June, anonymously experienced members services and products through online assessments and points of contact, via e-mail and telephone queries.
Ecotourism Australia extends a warm welcome to Seal Bay Conservation Park for achieving Advanced Ecotourism Certification for their Boardwalk Tour, Seal Bay Experience, Twilight Beach Tour and for the Seal Bay Visitor Centre!
Congratulations to Murray River Walk for achieving Ecotourism certification!
At Ecotourism Australia, we understand that ethical decisions don’t just apply to the choices we make to help people, communities and the environment, but also to how and where we spend our holidays.
Studio S2 are specialists tourism destination architects and interior designers. We are experts in tourism, with a combined 20 years’ experience in destination architecture and interior design. Studio S2 Architects know the pitfalls to avoid and the sweet spots to target to maximise your return on investment. Our team has expertise in creation of travel experiences, application of brand, heritage, eco-design and access for all abilities.
Congratulations to Bedarra Island Resort for achieving Advanced Ecotourism and Climate Action Business Certification!
Ecotourism Australia extends a warm welcome to Bedarra Island Resort for achieving Advanced Ecotourism and Climate Action Business Certification!
Happy World Oceans Day! Today is a day dedicated to educating ourselves and others about the crucial roles that oceans play in sustaining and supporting our planet and humankind, recognising the current conditions of our oceans and the issues and risks surrounding them today, and encouraging positive change as individuals and communities to conserve and protect Earth’s life support system. Ecotourism is an industry that not only benefits from and depends on pristine natural environments and ecosystems, but can also act as a platform through which to educate visitors, encourage and support involvement in conservation initiatives and inspire positive, environmentally-friendly tourist behaviour.
The theme for this year’s World Environment Day- Connecting People to Nature encouraged people to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and its importance, and to take forward the call to protect the Earth that we share. Connecting to nature can create awareness about the fragility and sensitivity of our ecosystems and the impact that can result from human activity.