Regenerative Tourism by the Gippsland Social Enterprise Collective (GSEC)
8 September 2022
Regenerative Toursim in Gippsland
In collaboration with GELLEN, FLOAT and Up the Creek, including the Venture Out team and Skipper Pete’s Water Taxi service, they explored social enterprise approaches for regenerative tourism, in action.
Regenerative Tourism is the idea that tourism should leave a place better than it was before. Showcasing social enterprise, creativity and nature-based tourism, they explore the power of regenerative tourism to support regional communities on the frontline of the climate emergency.
We are thrilled that the World Wildlife Fund will partner with GSEC for a three-day ‘Innovate to Regenerate’ Local Learning Lab in November.
Making new connections on country
Students from Mallacoota P-12 College who were on day five of their Lake Tyers paddle expedition with ‘Up the Creek’ joined in the day, along with Year 9 students from the CATCH program at Lakes Entrance Secondary College.
The program included connecting young people with nature to sow the seed of careers in creative environmental stewardship, navigating with nature, ethical hospitality, creating meaningful livelihoods, discovering the FLOAT vessel, walking and talking.
If you are interested to find out more, join Gippsland Social Enterprise Collective on social media.
Join our virtual panel conversation on September 29 at 6pm, part of the Social Enterprise World Forum Community Hub Takeover, where we will feature a short film showcasing social enterprise approaches for regenerative tourism in action, followed by a panel of regenerative tourism experts.
Go to SENVIC’s events page to book now. Join us to hear more about the World Wildlife Fund’s partnerhsip for a three-day ‘Innovate to Regenerate’ Local Learning Lab in November.
If you are interested in partnering to expand our Regenerative Tourism Network, contact us at email@example.com.