26 November 2009
Western Australia gives Australian travel a sustainable edge
A new guide will give visitors to Western Australia travel secrets direct from locals as well as promote tours and accommodation specially selected for their environmentally responsible management.
Tourism Western Australia teamed up with responsibletravel.com to create a sustainable travel guide to Western Australia, which is available for local travellers as well as international travellers on Australian Travel Visas.
To visit Australia, unless you have an Australian or New Zealand passport, you will need to have an Australian Travel Visa. The most popular of these is the ETA Visa, which can be easily applied for online.
The travel guide for Western Australia the best natural and cultural experiences in Western Australia and includes travel secrets from locals, suggested itineraries plus tours and accommodation selected for their commitment to conservation and local communities.
Some Western Australian highlights include camping in national parks, swimming with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, discovering aboriginal heritage at the stripped domes of the Bungle Bungles, and including video and podcasts featuring insider tips.
Western Australia’s Tourism Minister Liz Constable said: “Western Australia's natural assets are what set us apart from other destinations.
Visitors are drawn to the unspoilt, uncrowded landscapes, which include the world's largest fringing reef, ancient rock formations, lush forests and national parks teeming with unique wildlife.”
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