Mavis’s Kitchen ‘walking the talk’Date: 28 July 2015
Mavis’s Kitchen, restaurant and accommodation provider at the base of Wollumbin-Mt Warning is ‘walking the talk’ of its sustainability philosophy by becoming energy self-sufficient, just in time for World Environment Day.
Mr Ebell said connecting with and caring for the environment was an important part of the Mavis’s Kitchen experience. “Our visitors come here to immerse themselves in nature and enjoy fresh, organic food prepared with love,” he said. “Without this spectacular natural beauty, without our rich soils and clean water, we wouldn’t have a business, so we see ourselves as caretakers. In sharing this special part of the world with our visitors, we have a duty to care for and protect it.”
The new solar power system is a complementary addition to a host of other green initiatives already underway at Mavis’s Kitchen. Organic gardens produce many of the ingredients used in the restaurant dishes, the accommodation cabins feature composting toilets and sustainable amenities and the business diverts as much waste as possible from landfill by composting, recycling and upcycling
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The new Rainforest Way drive tourism route website was officially launched today. Originally launched in 2004 by the then Northern Rivers Tourism, the Rainforest Way is now managed by the Australia’s Green Cauldron National Landscape Steering Committee. The recent work has been to update the website and the scenic drive routes to include new […]