Capricorn Caves & Rawnsley Park join EA’s Geotourism Forum

Two of Ecotourism Australia’s leading operators, Capricorn Caves (Rockhampton, Queensland) and Rawnsley Park (Hawker, South Australia) have recently joined the EA Geotourism Forum.

The main purpose of the Geotourism Forum is to advise how best geotourism can be promoted and to further Ecotourism Australia’s interest in inspiring environmentally sustainable and culturally responsible tourism.

The Forum Steering Committee comprises Ecotourism Australia members with extensive experience in geotourism. The Chairman is Angus M Robinson, Managing Partner, Leisure Solutions®. He is supported by Dan Cove, Manager at Jenolan Caves; Ross Dowling, Foundation Professor of Tourism, Edith Cowan University; Rod Hillman, Chief Executive, Ecotourism Australia; Bruce Leaver, Chairman, Sapphire Coast Tourism; Rick Murray, Director, Nitmiluk Tours; and Dr Young Ng, Chairman of the Association for Geoconservation, Hong Kong.

Ann Augusteyn, Capricorn Caves and Julie Smith, Rawnsley Park are welcome additions to the Forum Steering Committee, contributing their experiences and knowledge to fostering Geotourism in Australia’s most awe-inspiring natural places.

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