Noosa’s volunteers learn how to be eco-friendly

Seventy of Tourism Noosa’s volunteers have successfully completed the Noosa Eco Check 2.0. training course with flying colours.

Following on from the recent launch of Noosa Eco Check 2.0. the volunteers enjoyed a group training course going through the new revamped course which features interactive videos and case studies of Noosa operators doing good things in the eco space.

The program has been designed to inspire the tourism industry to become more environmentally friendly, so naturally, Tourism Noosa’s team and volunteers have completed the course as well.

Tourism Noosa’s Visitor Information Centre Manager Jasmin Boyd said, “It was great to see so many of our volunteers come to the training session and complete the course. They enjoyed hearing about our organisation’s projects and they were really impressed with Noosa Eco Check, particularly hearing real stories from so many of our operators”.

New Volunteer Jenny Watson said, “The case studies were great. It was wonderful to hear the success stories of a variety of businesses in Noosa, from big business to small operators”.

Volunteer John Robinson said, “Noosa Eco Check was very informative and motivating. I felt great being part of an industry that are making positive steps to being sustainable. It also provides some good food for thought what we can do as individuals in our own home to make a difference”.

Noosa Eco Check is an interactive online training program showcasing environmentally friendly business practices with 17 video case studies from Noosa eco-hero businesses and community groups.

For details on how to complete the 2-hour course, contact Isa Grube on 5430 5009 or

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