This modern eco lodge is situated in the north western part of Townsville, close to Running River on the western slope of the coastal range. This lodge is driven solely by solar energy and thus saves approximately 80 tonnes of carbon IV oxide emission yearly. As a result, it is a certified advanced ecotourism destination.
This campsite in the Karijini National Park with safari-style tents is run in coordination with the Department of Environment and Conservation. A portion of the funds earned is utilised in the conservation and management of the national park.
This hostel is also powered by solar energy. The Grampians National Park has hot solar water that is heated by solar electricity and the water preserved is rain harvested. The surrounding is built of rock, and therefore offers a fantastic rock climbing and hiking opportunity.
This restaurant is one of the few climate-neutral restaurants in the state. It resembles an ancient Chinese eating house, and also offers interesting organic recipes made with local ingredients. It is frequented by natives and tourists alike.
This place is perfect for those who love adventure travel. A family-owned business spread over 83sq km, they provide authentic Aboriginal experiences in Adelaide South Australia. You can visit 30,000-year-old cave painting sites and rock engravings dated back to over 40,000 years.
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Written By : Stacy Eva, a blogger for The Label