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Ecotourism Australia (EA) is proud to welcome Boobook Ecotours, another outstanding sustainable ecotourism operator, to our ECO Certification program. We offer our congratulations to this team of professional ecological consultants on their recent achievement of reaching Advanced Ecotourism Certification for their Discover Carnarvon Ranges Day Tour, Wheat Wells and Wildlife Day Tour, BOOBOOK’s Eco-Science Expedition, BOOBOOK’s Roma Town Tour and Wildflower Wander Tour.
When talking about everyday ecotourism heroes, it’s hard to go past someone like Dr Ronda Green. Owner/operator of Advanced Ecotourism Certified, Green Travel Leader, Araucaria Ecotours and Chair of Wildlife Tourism Australia, Ronda has been living and breathing ecotourism longer than many people have even been using the word.
The daily Aboriginal dance show is one of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary's most well-attended shows, and for good reason.
Congratulations to our newest member, Roaring 40°s Kayaking, for achieving Advanced Ecotourism certification for Southwest Tasmanian Multiday Sea Kayaking Expeditions, Flinders Island Multiday Sea Kayaking Explorations, Full-day Sea Kayaking Tours and Half-Day Sea Kayaking Tours.
THE BUCKET LIST FILES | VOL 3 REGION X, NEW SOUTH WALES [Advanced Ecotourism, Respecting our Culture & Climate Action Business Certified]
THE EXPERIENCE | DID YOU SAY KAYAKING WITH WHALES?
The Conservation Ecology Centre, a long-term Ecotourism Australia member situated in the Otways region of Australia’s iconic Great Ocean Road, received $2 million in federal government funding this month for its newest project, Wildlife Wonders. This project represents a significant investment in the future of the Otways, for residents, for tourists and for Australia’s native species.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ORPHEUS ISLAND LODGE FOR ACHIEVING ADVANCED ECOTOURISM AND CLIMATE ACTION BUSINESS CERTIFICATION!
Located on a secluded, private island in the Great Barrier Reef, Orpheus Island Lodge is a five-star resort with a variety of experiences available in tropical island luxury. Accessible solely by helicopter and accommodating only 28 guests, it is a perfect location for visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of the island – and the surrounding Great Barrier Reef Marine Park - from a peaceful, remote hide-away.
When giving has always been an ingrained family value, it’s only natural that it’s incorporated into the way you do business – especially if your business has been family owned for over 7 decades.
Congratulations to Lagoons 1770 Resort & Spa for achieving Ecotourism certification as an accommodation provider in the stunning Southern Barrier Reef town of Seventeen Seventy!
Congratulations to Sunrover Tours for achieving Advanced Ecotourism Certification for their eco tours across South East Queensland!