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Kimberley Quest have been a nationally recognised Accredited Tourism Business since 2003. The Accreditation recognises tourism businesses that are committed to professionalism in operations and service. For more information visit www.tourismcouncilwa.com.au/tourism-accreditation
Advanced Ecotourism businesses are Australia’s leading and most innovative ecotourism products, who provide opportunities to learn about the environment and are committed to achieving best practice when using resources wisely, contributing to the conservation of the environment and helping local communities. For more information visit www.ecotourism.org.au.
Kimberley Quest is a registered Uunguu Tour Operator, meaning that we pay fees to access coastal sites on Wunambal Gaambera Country. The Wunambal Gaambera people use the visitor fees to help them look after and keep their Country and culture healthy, and build the capacity and wealth of their families to live on and secure futures from their Country. To find out more, visit www.wunambalgaambera.org.au.
Kimberley Quest are an active member of the Australia’s Northwest Tourism body. Working together to try to increase visitation to the region by marketing the destination to the domestic and international marketplace. For more information visit www.australiasnorthwest.com.
The association is a non-profit industry association, established for the development and representation of the Charter Boat Industry in Western Australia.
The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) is the peak industry body representing Australia’s $43 billion tourism export sector.
ATEC memberships provides a range of benefits, services and resources for those woking in the tourism export industry. It provides assurance to the industry that you are export ready for the international market.
Wildlife Tourism Australia (WTA) is a not for profit incorporated association representing tourist operations, educators, researchers, businesses and societies that support sustainable wildlife tourism in Australia. WTA welcomes new members and research projects. For more information visit www.wildlifetourism.org.au.
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