Viewing entries posted in October 2021
FROM DEPLETION TO REGENERATION - THE TOUR LETTING TRAVELLERS SAVE KOALA HABITATS
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THESE WILDLIFE CORRIDORS WILL KEEP SQUIRREL GLIDERS SAFE IN THE SCENIC RIM
South East Queensland is teeming with unique wildlife, giving the region its character and attracting tourists internationally to see what it has in store. The Scenic Rim only adds to its charm and is currently applying for ECO Destination Certification. It’s no small feat to put in place sustainability practices in the community to achieve such a title.
MEDIA RELEASE: ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA CEO ROD HILLMAN RESIGNS AFTER NINE YEARS
Rod Hillman, CEO of Ecotourism Australia (EA), has announced his resignation today during the organisation’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), after almost nine years as its Chief Executive.
DESTINATION MARKETING STORE IS NOW AN ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA BUSINESS MEMBER
Ecotourism Australia welcomes its newest Business Member, Destination Marketing Store (DMS). Owned and directed by Charlotte Prouse with her business partner Carl Solomon, Destination Marketing Store (DMS) is a fully integrated marketing service that helps its clients to turn their business into the destination of choice.
LITTLE FISH TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CONSULTING JOINS ECOTOURISM AUSTRALIA COMMUNITY
Little Fish Tourism Development Consulting is a boutique tourism product, training and experiences development consultancy based in the Whitsundays. Owned and directed by Crystal Lacey, who is passionate about environmental education and exceptional quality assurance, loves helping local tourism businesses.
MEDIA RELEASE: GOOGLE NOW SHOWCASES ECO CERTIFICATION IN ACCOMMODATION LISTINGS
Google has started showcasing accommodation businesses’ ECO Certification status on its listings, just days before the start of October – the month in which Ecotourism Australia officially celebrates its 30th birthday.