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NORTH STAR HOLIDAY RESORT ACHIEVES ECO CERTIFICATION

29 March 2021 | 0 Comments

The Ecotourism Australia family extends a warm welcome to the North Star Holiday Resort who have recently achieved ECO Certification at the Ecotourism level.  This means the North Star is dedicated not only to offering prime accommodation but also leaving a minimal impact on the environment, offering captivating ways of learning to care for the environment, contributing to conservation and helping local communities. 

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SYDNEY HARBOUR ECOWALKS TOURS ACHIEVES ECO CERTIFICATION

23 March 2021 | 0 Comments

Ecotourism Australia is excited to welcome Sydney Harbour EcoWalks Tours to the community! We congratulate them on achieving the Ecotourism Certification, meaning their business will focus on tourism which leaves a minimal impact and teaches people about the environment, all whilst contributing to conservation and helping local communities.  

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WILD ADVENTURES MELBOURNE GAINS ADVANCED ECOTOURISM AND CLIMATE ACTION BUSINESS CERTIFICATIONS

9 February 2021 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to Wild Adventures Melbourne, or WAM, for entering Ecotourism Australia’s family with both the Advanced Ecotourism and the Climate Action Business certifications!

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MEDIA RELEASE | SIX BUSHFIRE REGIONS RECEIVE SUPPORT TO BUILD BACK BETTER

4 November 2020 | 0 Comments

Six additional bushfire-affected destinations will receive support to build back better and revitalise their local economies through nature-based tourism, thanks to a new partnership between Ecotourism Australia and WWF-Australia.

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WELCOME ONBOARD FRASER ISLAND BOAT CHARTERS

1 November 2020 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to our newest certified operator, Fraser Island Boat Charters, for achieving ECO Certification at the Ecotourism level for its Bareboating Yacht Hire, Skippered Charters and Big Woody Island Tours.

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ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA'S REVISED COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT POLICY

23 October 2020 | 0 Comments

Ecotourism Australia (EA) is always looking for opportunities to improve its certification programs. After moving its certification application online in 2019, Ecotourism Australia has looked at how to improve its auditing process for its ECO, Climate Action (CA) and Respecting Our Culture (ROC) Certification programs.

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NEW DIRECTORS ANNOUNCED FOR ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA

21 October 2020 | 0 Comments

Ecotourism Australia’s members have elected two new directors and three returning directors to the Ecotourism Australia Board, as announced during yesterday’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Brisbane and streamed nationally via videoconference.

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QUANDAMOOKA COAST ACHIEVES ECO AND ROC CERTIFICATION

20 October 2020 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to Quandamooka Coast for achieving ECO and ROC Certifications for its Yalingbila Whale Tours and Cultural Guided Land Based Walks. Quandamooka Coast is the tourism arm of QYAC (Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation) who also operate ECO certified Redlands Kayak Tours and ECO, ROC and Climate Action certified Minjerribah Camping.

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MARGARET RIVER RETREAT ACHIEVES ECOTOURISM CERTIFICATION

26 August 2020 | 0 Comments

Margaret River Retreat, near the majestic Boranup Forest National Park in Western Australia, is our newest ECO certified accommodation, and offers a diverse mix of accommodation styles ideal for any holidaymaker. These include luxury eco-glamping and four self-contained studio rooms, plus a safari camp and bush camp, both of which should be open by 2021.

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WHAT KINDS OF EMISSIONS ARE YOU GENERATING? AND CAN YOU CHANGE THEM?

7 August 2020 | 0 Comments

The disruption of the hospitality and tourism industry by COVID-19 has led to a drastic reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. While the decline in greenhouse gas emissions benefits the environment, lockdowns and social distancing are not viable long-term strategies to combat global warming. Effective long-term strategies involve tourism businesses assessing and reducing carbon emissions generated by their operations.

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