We take protecting the environment seriously!

As a tourism operator whose primary function is to give our guests an adventure and experience the natural beauty in Australia. We take our obligation to operate in a sustainable fashion very seriously and thus to do what we can to ensure that our natural assets are maintained for future generations – and visitors.

At Kookaburra Tagalong Tours, we take pride in working with accredited organisations who aim to reduce our carbon footprint and encourage environmentally sound practises. As an organisation, we are committed to being a leader in sustainability and constantly look to improve all aspects of our environmental footprint.

After all, we want to share the beauty of Australia for future generations.

EcoTourism Australia Accredited

EcoTourism Accreditation

Kookaburra Tagalong Tours has been accredited with EcoTourism Australia. We remain committed to the guiding principles of sustainable tourism and will strive to better ourselves.

Ecotourism Australia is a non-profit organisation which promotes sustainable travel around Australia. Its primary focus is to work with nature-based tourism products and operators to promote and encourage environmentally sound practices.

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Greenfleet

Kookaburra Tagalong Tours is partnering with Greenfleet to offset the emissions from our 4WD tours by planting native trees and restoring Australian forests. A portion of our tour sales goes to planting more trees and continuing our effort to restore and protect our climate.

Greenfleet is a not for profit organisation that protects our climate by restoring forests. They encourage organisations to reduce their carbon footprint and offset carbon emissions by planting native trees. Since 1997, Greenfleet has planted more than 9.6  million native trees across over 500 biodiverse forests in Australia and New Zealand.

These native forests take carbon from the atmosphere to restore and protect our climate, but they also do much more. Greenfleet forests are legally protected for up to 100 years helping to reduce soil erosion, and provide essential habitat for native wildlife.

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