Fun Over Fifty introduces new Being Seen Being Green policy

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Following the launch of their successful Green Guest Policy in 2015, on June 3rd, Fun Over Fifty will kick off their new "Being Seen, Being Green" policy. The aim of this policy is to involve their guests in their mission to become recognised as the most sustainable tour operator in Australia, by partnering with fellow tourism suppliers.

While on tour, guests will see the ‘Being Seen Being Green’ logo and slogan in their guest itinerary, this signifies that they are invited to join the team at some stage during the tour to contribute. Guests who participate receive a specially designed t-shirt and cap. Guests will be able to assist Fun Over Fifty with the planting of trees and plants, sand dune rejuvenation and/or create herb gardens for chefs to use in hotel restaurants, thereby contributing to offsetting their own carbon footprint. The first two planting sessions have already been planned at the Carnarvon Gorge Wilderness Lodge and Kingfisher Bay Resort.

Fun Over Fifty's Green Guest Policy, launched in 2015, introduced an innovative approach to encourage environmentally responsible behaviours on tour by incentivising them. Guests that choose this option are rewarded with a reduced rate of the overall tour cost for choosing to offset. At Fun Over Fifty, the teams believes it should cost less to contribute to protecting our natural environment, because these efforts collectively save costs for the operators. 

Fun Over Fifty have a great track record for sustainable practices and operate all of their tours to a strict environmental policy, while encouraging guests to do their part to minimise their carbon footprint too.

If you are interested in partnering up with Fun Over Fifty on the Being Seen Being Green policy, it is highly encouraged to get in touch with them via the following email address: 

Read more about Fun Over Fifty's Sustainability Policies here.

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