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5 sustainable experiences to gift the eco-conscious traveller

Celebrate McLaren Vale’s rich history and deep Indigenous connection to the land.Credit:Tourism Australia

Join Indigenous cultural custodian and artist Karl Winda Telfer at Gemtree Wines for a tour that celebrates the long human history of this region and the deep Indigenous connection to the land and its plants and wildlife, which includes koalas and emus. You’ll also learn about biodiversity conservation from specialist Dana Miles, and the ways in which Gemtree viticulturalist Melissa Brown protects the land for future generations.

DOT PAINTING, YULARA, NT

Learn from a local Anangu artist at a Maruku Arts Workshop.

Learn from a local Anangu artist at a Maruku Arts Workshop.Credit:Tourism Australia

Join a local Anangu artist at a Maruku Arts Workshop near Uluru to learn about the traditional tools, symbols and art of Aboriginal dot painting. The experience runs for an hour and a half and introduces you to painting techniques that have been passed down through innumerable generations. You might also pick up some words of the local Pitjantjatjara language for a more insightful connection to the Anangu country of the Red Centre.

UNDERWATER ADVENTURE, TOWNSVILLE, QLD

Take an ECO Certified dive tour of the breathtakingly beautiful installation at The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA).

Take an ECO Certified dive tour of the breathtakingly beautiful installation at The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA).Credit:Tourism Australia

The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) opened off Townsville in 2020 and features installations that not only change colour in response to water temperature, but are being colonised by corals to become living sculptures designed to highlight and inspire reef conservation and education. Spend a day exploring MOUA and the Great Barrier Reef with Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive, which is ECO Certified and focuses on reducing its impact on the marine environment.

BUSH-TUCKER TASTING, SWAN VALLEY, WA

This bush-tucker tasting with Dale Tilbrook is every foodie’s dream gift.

This bush-tucker tasting with Dale Tilbrook is every foodie’s dream gift.Credit:Tourism Australia

The bush-tucker talks and tastings brought to you by Wardandi Bibbulmun woman Dale Tilbrook on the northeast edge of Perth provide a hands-on journey into the wonderful world of Aboriginal plants and medicines – a great gift idea for the foodie. You’ll also get the chance to taste various nuts, seeds and herbs before enjoying dishes such as kangaroo cooked with bush tomato and pepperberry, and sweet quandong jam tarts with cream.

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