SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

E-WEB-Goal-17Partnerships for the Goals

Partnerships between both public and private enterprises are integral to achieving sustainability goals before 2030. In addition to the partnership between Australian Wildlife Journeys’ members, there are over 50 environmental and community organisations that members have ongoing relationships with.

There are several members that are regular speakers at tourism or environment-related conferences, including Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours (Janine Duffy & Roger Smith), Exceptional Kangaroo Island (Craig Wickham), Murray River Trails (Tony Sharley), Naturaliste Charters (Pia Markovic), Pacific Whale Foundation Eco-Adventures Australia (Andrew Ellis & research team) and The Maria Island Walk (Charlie Carlow).

Member Partners - Supporting Sustainability Goals

Australian Coastal Safaris

Friends of Southern Eyre Peninsula Parks, Eyre Peninsula Landscapes Board, Birds of Eyre Peninsula

Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours

Koala Clancy Foundation*, Responsible Travel, Future of Tourism, Tourism Declares a Climate Emergency, Parks Victoria, Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative, Conservation Travel Australia

Exmouth Dive & Whalesharks Ningaloo

Mission Deep Blue, Longitude 181 Nature, Project Manta*, Wildbook for Whale Sharks*, Centre for Whale Research Western Australia*, Australian Parks & Wildlife Marine Research, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions

Exceptional Kangaroo Island

Ecotourism Australia – Advanced Certification, Global Sustainable Tourism Council, BioR*, Pelican Lagoon Research Station, KI Land for Wildlife*, National Parks & Wildlife South Australia, Birdlife Australia

FNQ Nature Tours

FNQ Wildlife & Rescue, Bush Heritage, Forever Wild*, Australian Quoll Conservancy*, Tolga Bat Hospital*, Tree Roo Rescue*, Wildlife & Raptor Care Queensland*

Indian Ocean Experiences

Christmas Island National Park, Tangaroa Blue, Clean Up Australia

Lords Kakadu & Arnhemland Safaris

Ecotourism Australia, Global Sustainable Tourism Council, Parks Australia, Injalak Arts Centre*, Sea Shepherd

Murray River Trails

Murray River Trails Fund**, Ecotourism Australia – Advanced Certification, Great Walks of Australia, Rotary Club Australia, Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Australian Landscape Trust/Austland Management, Landscape South Australia - Murraylands and Riverland

Naturaliste Charters

Project O.R.C.A.*, Murdoch University, Geographe Marine Research*, Western Whale Research*, Centre for Marine Science and Technology Curtin University, Ecotourism Australia, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions, Birdlife Australia.

Pacific Whale Foundation Eco-Adventures Australia

Pacific Whale Foundation**, Ecotourism Australia – Advanced Certification, Global Sustainable Tourism Council, Tangaroa Blue

Premier Travel Tasmania

Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service, Friends of Bonorong*, Wombat Rescue Tasmania, Devils & Cradle*, Orange- bellied Parrot Recovery Program*

The Maria Island Walk

Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service, Birdlife Australia, Ecotourism Australia – Advanced, Tasmanian Land Conservancy, Great Walks of Australia, Great Walks of Tasmania

** Denotes environmental charity formed by Australian Wildlife Journeys’ member, with opportunity for guests and travel industry to donate directly.

* Denotes environmental charity or not-for-profit supported financially via special touring experiences provided by Australian Wildlife Journeys’ members, with donations possible via linkage with third-party.