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Ecotourism Australia (EA) would like to congratulate Zoos SA (Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Zoo) for becoming a certified Climate Action Leader.
Five Ecotourism Australia certified operators were acknowledged for their outstanding quality and dedication to tourism excellence at the Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards (Brolga Awards) in Alice Springs last Saturday.
It was Western Australian Tourism’s night of nights on Saturday, the 11th of November, with seven Ecotourism Australia certified industry leaders taking away two gold, four silver and five bronze awards in recognition of their outstanding service, innovation and business excellence.
South Australia’s Ecotourism Australia certified operators have struck gold at this year’s State tourism awards, with eligible nominees accepting eight Gold Awards at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday, the 10th of November.
Following the announcement of the 2017 State Election, Ecotourism Australia is encouraging candidates and voters to put tourism, and specifically nature based tourism, at the top of their agenda.
Australia’s most accessible wilderness destination, the Blue Mountains National Park in New South Wales (NSW), has joined the ranks of Ecotourism Australia’s Certified Destinations, showcasing its commitment to best practice sustainable tourism in protected areas.
Australian Wildlife Adventures’ inspiring submission into the UNAA World Environment Day Climate Action Awards 2017
We would like to acknowledge one of our members, Australian Wildlife Adventures, on their submission in the UNAA World Environment Day Climate Action Awards 2017, highlighting their outstanding efforts to combat climate change.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, as part of National Trust of Australia (Queensland) (NTAQ) launched their new Ngulli Nyeumba Amphitheatre where local and international students will be immersed in Indigenous culture.