If you’re interested in sustainable travel, head to South Australia and Victoria – both states have been investing into eco-travel initiatives, as well as sustainability in general. But don’t think you have to sacrifice luxury for sustainability.
Exceptional Kangaroo Island is an ecotourism certified tour operator, ready to show off the sensational wildlife of Kangaroo Island. Another great operator is Echidna Walkabout, which can take you on adventures such as a three-day tour of Great Ocean Road wildlife, or a four-day wild koala research experience in Victoria’s Gippsland region. There are also incredible eco-stays available across the two states. From $270 a night you can stay in Pink Lake Tiny House, an architectural gem opposite pink Lake Bumbunga in South Australia. In Victoria, stay in Clifftop at Hepburn in Daylesford and Hepburn Springs, rated Australia’s number-one romantic getaway in 2017.