Viewing entries posted in February 2019
EVERYDAY ECOTOURISM HEROES EDITION 7: ELIZABETH HACKETT
For Elizabeth Hackett, Executive Chairman of Magnums Backpackers in Airlie Beach, the 2017 cyclone was a push to consider how sustainable building materials could be used in rebuilding and how native flora could be better protected.
MEDIA RELEASE: ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA FORMS PARTNERSHIP WITH THE WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Ecotourism Australia has signed an historic partnership agreement with the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) this month, cementing its position as a global leader in the field of sustainable and nature-based tourism and setting the stage for increased collaboration between the two organisations.
TOP TIPS ON MAKING THE MOST OF ATE 2019
It’s hard to believe that it’s that time of year again: the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE), Australia’s largest annual travel and tourism business-to-business event, is just around the corner.
STRADDIE KINGFISHER TOURS ACHIEVES ADVANCED ECOTOURISM AND ROC CERTIFICATION
We are excited to welcome Straddie Kingfisher Tours to the Ecotourism Australia community, following their achievement of Advanced Ecotourism and ROC Certification for their 4WD Eco Tour, Sand Boarding, Kayaking and Tag Along Tour.
EVERYDAY ECOTOURISM HEROES EDITION 6: ALEX CROWE
Alex is the real deal.
EVERYDAY ECOTOURISM HEROES EDITION 5: TRACEY LARKIN
Every ecotourism hero has their own unique way of inspiring others, and for Tracey Larkin, owner of Mt Barney Lodge, it’s about normalising eco-behaviours.
SWELL LODGE ACHIEVES ADVANCED ECOTOURISM AND CLIMATE ACTION BUSINESS CERTIFICATION
Congratulations to Swell Lodge on achieving Advanced Ecotourism and Climate Action Business Certification for their Swell Lodge and Nature Tours!
EVERYDAY ECOTOURISM HEROES EDITION 4: ZAK KELLY
When your tourism business provides such great visitor experiences that it inspires your guests to write poetry*, you know you must be onto a good thing.