About Visit Australia: Eco and Culturally Sensitive Tourism


VisitAustralia.Earth provides quality information about travel destinations around Australia for eco and culturally conscious travelers to and within Australia.

Kevin Parker Publisher VisitAustralia.Earth

Whilst our focus is on environmentally responsible travel and awareness, with an emphasis on national park, wilderness visits, Botanic Gardens, flora and fauna and biodiversity conservation, we do not neglect the delights of our marvelous city and regional offerings! Great food, great wine, culture, art, accommodation options and the grandiose beauty of our wildlands is simply irresistible.

We also provide accommodation booking services via external providers and tailored tourist advertising.

Sane Earth and VisitAustralia.Earth pay our respects to the First Nation’s People of Australia and acknowledge Elder past, present and emerging.

VisitAustralia.Earth is published by Sane Earth [ABN 64 993 830 196] under the direction of Sane Earth Director, Kevin Parker (pictured right). Kevin has a long history as a peace and environmental activist including serving in the 1990’s as National Campaign Director of the Wilderness Society and as Co-Ordinator of the Technology and Environmental Strategies Group at the University of Wollongong.

This Sane Earth group of websites includes festivalaustralia.com.au, shamanicgarden.earth and positveaffirmations.earth.

Please see our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.

Share post:




More like this

Be Green When Travelling Down Under: Ecotourism in Australia

Australia is regarded as one of the world's leading...

Lifetime Memories from a Visit to Iconic Uluru

The Northern Territory of Australia is home to many...

Ten Tips for Your Trip to Stunning Cape York Peninsula

Embarking on the Journey to Cape York Peninsula Embarking...

10 Good Reasons to Visit the Lovely Shoalhaven Region

We lived for a good few years in Gerroa,...
error: Hello. Thanks for visiting. Images and text are copyright protected. Many of the images appear here as a once-off license, courtesy of Australian State and Territory Tourism agencies