Wet Tropics Ambassador Program
Become a Wet Tropics Ambassador – a storyteller and protector of our World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics! Simply join a fun, two-hour workshop and successfully complete a short quiz about the Wet Tropics!
The key topics included in the workshop are:
- About World Heritage
- Why is the Wet Tropics so special?
- The people of the Wet Tropics
- Experiencing the Wet Tropics—what to look for!
Participants receive a handout with the most important facts about the Wet Tropics, and your Ambassador Certificate on successful completion!
The Ambassador Program is delivered in group workshops which can be face-to-face or via Zoom.
Face-to-face workshops are here:
Upcoming Workshops via Zoom are here:
Everyone is welcome to become a Wet Tropics Ambassador!
Contact Savannah Guides for more information on holding a Wet Tropics Ambassador Workshop for your tourism staff, students, visitors or nature lovers.
If you are joining a Zoom Ambassador Workshop, please download or print the Wet Tropics Ambassador Handout here. This contains the most important facts about the Wet Tropics. We will email your digital Wet Tropics Ambassador Certificate on successful workshop completion!
One registration per computer / device is sufficient. Multiple people can utilise the handout download and later the Certificate from the same email, and view the workshop on the same device (subject to COVID-19 safety requirements).
We’ll have some more Ambassador Workshops scheduled for later in 2022. Please check here or email email@example.com to be notified once dates are set.
Wet Tropics Sustainable Tourism Roadshow
Join Savannah Guides and the Wet Tropics Management Authority for a morning of inspiration from the world of sustainable tourism.
You’ll hear about:
- Wet Tropics Sustainable Tourism Plan (2021-2031) implementation
- Creating transformational experiences
- Wet Tropics natural values—a local perspective
- Wet Tropics National Heritage cultural values
- Talking about climate change
- Involving tourists in citizens science