Viewing entries tagged with 'South Australia'
The more we know about something, the more we can understand and respect it.
Spending time with an Aboriginal person on country is the best ‘classroom’ you can provide a visitor, whether domestic or international.
Located in the heart of South Australia’s Riverland region lies one of the country’s best hidden treasures and conservation miracles of the century, Birds Australia Gluepot Reserve.
THE BUCKET LIST FILES | VOL. 2 CALYPSO STAR CHARTERS, SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Advanced Ecotourism Certified & Climate Action Leader]
THE EXPERIENCE | TURNING FEAR INTO FASCINATION
Congratulations to Dakini Hideaways for being awarded Ecotourism certification for their product, Bill’s Boathouse II.
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.
Calypso Star Charters already hold Advanced Ecotourism certification for four of their multi-award winning tours and have now achieved Climate Action Leader, our highest level of the Climate Action certification!
Located on the wild southern coast of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, Yondah is a deluxe architect-designed (and pet-friendly!) beach house set on 300 stunning oceanfront acres where nature-lovers can enjoy panoramic sea views to Kangaroo Island, their own private beaches, dramatic cliff top walks and opportunities to view iconic marine wildlife including sea eagles, fur seals, and whales.
Congratulations to Wilderness Escape Outdoor Adventures for achieving Nature Tourism Certification for their products, School Outdoor Education Camps, Study Tours and Adventure Tours and Adventure Based Day Programs.
Congratulations and welcome to Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden for achieving Ecotourism Certification!
What may seemingly be barren and lifeless land, Australia’s arid lands are quite the opposite! These lands are home to thousands of highly evolved plant communities that are specially adapted to thrive in an environment where temperatures are extreme and drought can last for decades. Australia’s arid ecosystems are fragile and complex, and found nowhere else on earth.