“Wildlife Tourism: A Force for Biodiversity Conservation and Local Economies?”
THE CONFERENCE IS HERE NOW!
Don’t miss Australia’s 3rd Wildlife Tourism Conference in Geelong, Victoria from 29 September to 2 October 2015.
You MAY be able to attend a day or two.
Wildlife and wild landscapes are two of the biggest drawcards for tourism in Australia, and interest in genuine and responsible wildlife experiences is expanding. From USA, African villages, New Zealand and Indonesian national parks to using Aboriginal culture to connect children with nature, from public education in zoos to diving with sharks or involving tourists in citizen science, there is much to learn and much to discuss at this exciting event!
Wildlife Tourism Australia (WTA) is a not for profit incorporated association representing tourist operations, educators, researchers, students, businesses, NGOs and individuals that support sustainable wildlife tourism in Australia.
See the code of conduct for our members.
Wildlife Tourism Research and Information
- research literature relevant to wildlife tourism; discussions, blog entries and book reviews on wildlife tourism topics; reports on workshops, roundtable discussions etc.
- members’ backgrounds and research interests
Wildlife experience seekers: plan your travels!
Seek quality tour operators, eco-accommodation, wildlife parks, and other wildlife experiences throughout Australia (and beyond), look for volunteer opportunities and information on Australia’s wildlife and their habitats.
Tour operators, researchers and students
- Promote your tours, eco-accommodation, wildlife park etc.
- Find past or coming conferences, other news and research relevant to your business
- Discuss best practice and many other aspects of wildlife tourism and many other topics
- Join our Australian Wildlife Tourism Research Network if you are interested in helping to conduct wildlife research
- Find employees or employment