Coodlie Park achieves Advanced Ecotourism and ROC certification

PagePictures_Attraction02Congratulations to Coodlie Park for achieving Advanced Ecotourism and Respecting Our Culture (ROC) certification for Coodlie Park Farm Retreat, and for their ‘Australian Wildlife Adventures’ tours; Nullarbor Traveller, Great Australian Bight Safaris and Xplore Eyre.

images Situated on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, Coodlie Park Farm Retreat offers three unique accommodation types; private cottages, budget dormitories and bush camping, all with access to a private beach and peaceful bush environment. There is also plenty of Aussie wildlife that call the Coodlie surrounds home and are regularly sighted nearby.

ROC LogoCoodlie Park is also a member of YHA, making it a part of the worldwide network of accredited International Hostels, and a registered Willing Workers On Organic Farms (WWOOF) Host Farm.

Australian Wildlife Adventures offer experiences for all types. Nullarbor Traveller tours operate wildlife camping adventures between Adelaide and Perth for budget travellers, ranging from three to ten days in length. If you’re prefer a few more creature comforts, Great Australian Bight Safaris offer two to nine day, medium budget, all-inclusive, accommodated tours between Port Lincoln and Perth with a destination focus on the Eyre Peninsula. Alternatively, Xplore Eyre provides a more exclusive, personalised tour product with tailored two to eight day tours for groups of two to seven people. Each tour combines local knowlegde, fresh produce, and some amazing experiences.

There’s something for everyone at Coodlie Park!

To find out more about Coodlie Park, click here.

To find out more about Ecotourism Australia certification, click here.

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