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  • Exmouth Dive & Whalesharks Ningaloo: Our Story

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    As the region’s original eco-tourism operation, Exmouth Dive & Whalesharks Ningaloo is synonymous with experiencing the aquatic treasures of the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef Marine Park. Debbie & Mark Ferguson have been involved taking ecotours around Western Australia for over 20 years, managing the operations of a number of...

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  • Australia wins Lonely Planet's Best In Travel 2021 Community Restoration award

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    Following catastrophic fires last summer, a number of Australian tour operators like Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours are developing effective and interesting ways to get visitors involved in helping rebuild the native wildlife and their habitat. Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours' Janine Duffy was featured in Lonely Planet's video annoucing that Australia...

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  • The Maria Island Walk: Our Story

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    Maria Island National Park lies just a few kilometres off Tasmania’s east coast, easily accessible from Hobart. It’s spectacular landscapes, combined with a rich concentration of wildlife, has contributed to its nickname as ’Tasmania’s Noah’s Ark’. It wasn’t until Ian and Bronwyn Johnstone developed their dream to start The Maria...

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  • Exceptional Kangaroo Island: Our Story

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    Exceptional Kangaroo Island is one of Australia's most acclaimed eco tour operators.  Established in 1986, this family-owned and operated eco tour company specialises in small group and private tours on Kangaroo Island. Craig Wickham, along with wife Janet and two children, work with a team of locals who are passionate...

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  • Video: Is this Australia's Cutest Animal?

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    The Common Wombat is one of Australia's wildlife icons - but how much do you know about them?   Transcript: Common Wombats are large, 'barrel-shaped' marsupials, weighing 20-30kg (44-66lb) when fully grown. They are found across south-eastern Australia in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania. Females have backward-facing pouches...

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