Date: 24 Oct 2019
Capacity: 80 (80 remaining)
Walk Leader Name: Hosted by The National Parks of Queensland
Amount($): 25
Time: 06:00 PM
Where: Level 2/315 Brunswick Street , Fortitude Valley , Qld , 4006 , Australia
Type: Miscellaneous

Money on Trees | Pros & Cons of Eco-Tourism

Costs: $25.00 General Admission, $10.00 for Students

Join us Thursday 24th October as we delve into the world of Eco-Tourism in National Parks.

Money on Trees will hear from four industry leaders on both sides of the fence in an open-minded seminar discussing the threats, benefits and strategies of eco-tourism operations in Queensland’s National Parks.

How can we connect people to National Parks whilst ensuring they remained protected?

Our generous presenters are;

Mr David Edwards – Projects Chief Executive at Queensland Department of Innovation & Tourism Industry Development
Dr. Ralf Buckley – Emeritus Professor at Griffith University leading research in Sustainable Tourism
Mr Adrian Caneris – Managing Director and Principal Wildlife Specialist at Biodiversity Assessment and Management
Mr Tony O’Brien – Yuragir Walking Experience Owner
Following the presentations there will be a panel discussion with the opportunity for Q&A with the presenters.

For more information on our expert speakers please click here.

We invite guests to join us for welcome drinks and nibbles from 6pm with the seminar beginning promptly at 6:30pm and concluding at 8:15pm.

Seats are Limited so be quick to secure yours now. Ticket Sales via Event Brite only.

General Admission $25.00, Students $10.00

Please follow link to the EventBrite site for tickets. Do NOT register on this site.

Where to meet
The Precinct,315 Brunswick Street #Level 2, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006

Register for this event

A separate registration must be completed for each adult attending