Skål International Sustainable Tourism Awards
For 20 years, Skål International has recognised best practices in Sustainable and Responsible Tourism around the world.
As a leading international organisation in the Travel and Tourism Industry, Skål International has proven to be a strong force for the initiation of change and the encouragement of environmental conservation for both Travel and Tourism progress. The Australian recipients of a Skål International Sustainable Tourism Award are recognised below.
The CaPTA Group
2022 - MAJOR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
CapTA Group operates four attractions in Cairns, Queensland. Rainforestation Nature Park, Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, Cairns Zoom & Wildlife Dome & Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas. Committed to protecting and preserving it's environments with respect to the values of Traditional Owners.
Travel with a Cause
2022 - TOUR OPERATORS AND TRAVEL AGENTS
Travel with a cause (TWAC) is a non-for-profit charitable travel agency located in the heart of Hobart, Tasmania. Travel with a Cause's mission is to save the environment by promoting sustainable tourism practices. TWAC supports sustainable community development projects that transform communities.
2022 - EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND MEDIA
Mankind Digital aims to inspire millions of people to explore our incredible planet-responsibly-by advocating for positive and lasting changes within the tourism industry to move beyond sustainability to a regenerative travel and tourism future.
Tourism Central Australia
2017 - TOURISM DESTINATIONS
Tourism Central Australia demonstrated their commitment to sustainability through nature preservation, carbon offsetting, climate change mitigation, human right protection and local employment.
Pennicott Wilderness Journeys
2016 - MARINE AND COASTAL
Explore our incredible Wilderness Journeys with our multi award winning team sharing Tasmania's stunning scenery.
2015 - MAJOR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Q Station offers a range of incredible experiences, from boutique hotel accommodation, stunning wedding venues, modern conference facilities and an amazing restaurant, as well as Sydney's best ghost and history tours.
2013 - URBAN ACCOMMODATION
An enduring part of Sydney’s history, that once served as the Quarantine Station for migrants arriving in Australia, can now be experienced 365 days a year.