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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.
Congratulations to Sunreef Mooloolaba for achieving Ecotourism Certification for their tours- Sunreef Swimming with Whales, Sunreef HMAS Brisbane Scuba Diving, and Sunreef Flinders Reef Scuba Diving and Snorkelling.
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.
Congratulations to 1770 Reef for Achieving Advanced Ecotourism Certification for Tours- Lady Musgrave, Pancake Creek, and Fitzroy Lagoon!
Based in the town of 1770, 1770 Reef provide nature based day trips to the Southern Great Barrier Reef, including Lady Musgrave Island, Pancake Creek and Fitzroy Lagoon. 1770 Reef’s high-speed catamaran, Emelie, will take guests to world class snorkel and dive locations. Visiting Lady Musgrave Island, a 14 hectares coral cay, guests are invited to view the local marina life, including turtles and manta rays, in the pristine water of the coral fringed Lady Musgrave Lagoon. This is the perfect location to explore Australia’s Southern Great Barrier Reef first hand.