Queensland Ecotourism Plan – now open for consultationDate: 28 October 2015

The draft Queensland Ecotourism Plan 2015–2020 (the plan) provides the framework for building a thriving ecotourism industry and delivering new ecotourism experiences in Queensland’s spectacular national and marine parks and other natural areas.

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The plan outlines the government’s commitment to foster ecotourism opportunities that support the sustainable growth of the ecotourism industry, provide a positive contribution back to Queensland’s natural environment, culture and community, and strengthen the Queensland economy.


A partnership approach between the government, tourism industry, traditional owners, conservation and research sectors and the community is important in achieving the plan’s objectives.


Your feedback on the plan will help inform the future of ecotourism in this state.


Submissions close at 5pm Friday 20 November 2015.


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Re-launch Rainforest Way websi...

1 August 2016

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 […]