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The new brand, Conservation Travel Australia (CTA), will launch at this year’s Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE), and is an alliance between internationally recognised wildlife tour company, Echidna Walkabout, and the not-for-profit koala conservation organisation, Koala Clancy Foundation.
Local charity, Koala Clancy Foundation, is hosting a free evening event to talk about koalas and show landowners how to bring koalas to their property.
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Around the world Whale Sharks are declining, but Ningaloo’s best practice tourism is helping this endangered species to thrive. A new study has found that whale shark numbers are increasing at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia and March 2022 will be a great time to visit.
Australia has won the Best Community Restoration Award in the Lonely Planet Best In Travel 2021, for the response to the Black Summer bushfires. Echidna Walkabout’s koala tree planting project is one of the community recovery efforts recognised in the award.
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The Tasmanian Tiger died out 80 years ago, but their cousin: the poorly-known Tiger Quoll, still survives in small numbers in far North Queensland. A new 4 day tour has been designed to help this threatened Aussie marsupial, by getting Aussies to visit, enjoy the wildlife and contribute to research.