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9 AMAZING EXAMPLES OF ECOTOURISM DRIVING CONSERVATION

1 October 2019 | 0 Comments

Nature is everywhere, from national parks and bushlands right through to the rural and urban landscapes we live in, and that it is why it is so important, regardless of where you live in Australia. Not only is nature essential to our health, wellbeing and quality of life, our economy depends on it and Australia’s nature is so unique and diverse that we have a responsibility to ourselves and the rest of the world to protect and conserve it. 

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ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA'S GUIDE TO UNIQUE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCES

25 March 2019 | 0 Comments

Australian tourism is known for its sun, surf and sand. What is often overlooked are the fantastic underground experiences that can be found throughout Australia. Whether you are an adventurous traveller seeking a deep dive into the heart of the earth or just seeking a memorable event venue, this guide has something for everyone looking for a different underground Australian experience.

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BUSTING THE MYTHS ABOUT ECO ACCOMMODATION

9 August 2018 | 0 Comments

MYTHBUSTERS: it’s the show that uncovers the truth behind popular myths and legends. Whilst we can’t give you crazy special effects or eccentric presenters, we can bust some of the myths that you might still be believing about environmentally friendly accommodation. What gives us this authority, you ask? Well, we happen to know a few people on the inside…

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BECAUSE OF HER, WE CAN EXPERIENCE AUSTRALIA THROUGH ABORIGINAL EYES

12 July 2018 | 0 Comments

Professor Marcia Langton AM has long been at the forefront of Indigenous issues in Australia. As one of the nation’s most respected Indigenous academics, she is a frequent media commentator, speaking out passionately on issues such as Indigenous rights, justice and artistic expression. She is the first Associate Provost and Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, and in 1999 was one of five Indigenous leaders granted an audience with the Queen to discuss proposed changes to the Australian Constitution. Now, she’s the author of the first ever published travel guide to Indigenous Australia. Communications Manager Lina spoke to Professor Langton as part of Ecotourism Australia’s Respecting our Culture | Celebrating Diversity Through Ecotourism campaign.

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Greenwashing tourism: how to tell a sustainable ecotourism business from an unethical one

26 July 2016 | 0 Comments

‘Eco,’ ‘green,’ ‘environmentally-friendly’ and ‘sustainable’: many of us look for terms like these when we travel because they fit with our values and signal that we’re making responsible decisions. But what do you do when a business labels itself ecotourism yet its practices fly in the face of environmental sustainability?

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