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Our Partners

Our team works closely with tourism, regulatory, and certification partners across Australia to provide the safest and best adventures possible. 

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Commercial Licensing and Certification 

The Parks Eco Pass is the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service program for licensing operators who conduct commercial tours and recreational and educational activities in parks.

The Parks Eco Pass is required by any business entity, organisation or individual undertaking a ‘commercial activity’ associated with recreation, tourism and/or education in a NSW national park or reserve must hold a Parks Eco Pass licence. Women Embrace Adventure/Embrace Escapes Pty Ltd holds a Parks Eco Pass, licence number is DOC21/968278.

The Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service program for licensing operators who conduct commercial tours and recreational and educational activities in parks require any business entity, organisation or individual undertaking a ‘commercial activity’ associated with recreation, tourism and/or education in Queensland National Park must hold a licence. Women Embrace Adventure/Embrace Escapes Pty Ltd holds a 

Queensland Commercial Activity Permit issued under the provisions of the Nature Conservation Act 1992,

authority number P-CAP-100475053.

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The Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS) recognises and values the role of nature-based tourism operators in promoting and encouraging visitors to enjoy and appreciate Tasmania's parks and reserves.  We are committed to working cooperatively with the Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania (TICT) to provide quality visitor experiences that reflect positively on Tasmania's tourism industry while also conserving the values that attract people to the experience .

Tourism Industry Support & Memberships

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Environmental Partners

Women Embrace Adventure lives the Take 3 For the Sea principles! Take 3 believes in simple actions to address complex problems. How can we stop plastic pollution from killing wildlife and suffocating our planet? In 2009, two friends set about answering this question. Marine ecologist, Roberta Dixon-Valk and youth educator, Amanda Marechal developed Take 3 – an idea where a simple action could produce profound consequences. Joining forces with environmentalist, Tim Silverwood, the trio publicly launched Take 3 as an organisation in 2010. Take 3 pieces of rubbish with you when you leave the beach, waterway or…anywhere, and you have made a difference.  https://www.take3.org/ 

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