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Ethos – Sustainable, Local and Professional

Research all native species, including common, rare, and endangered ones. Acknowledge and report any non-native species to the best of our abilities.

Consult with Noongar landowners, pastoralists, and land carers, and show respect for the areas we plan to visit and share.

Share information about the local landscape, flora, fauna, history, and culture to enhance the visitor experience.

Pets can stress flora and fauna, leave scents, and are prohibited by law from entering parks and reserves.

Discourage approaching, touching, or feeding native animals and flora to prevent the spread of diseases unless instructed by the guide.

Advise visitors against removing items like wildflowers, seeds, coral, shells, rocks, and fossils from visited areas.

Avoid building rock castles/stacks as these rocks are habitats for many creatures.

Preserve the country, gates, equipment, and environment as they were found.

Watch out for small animals on trails or roads; if possible, stop the tour and move groups away from danger.

Offer assistance to other travelers, walkers, and explorers whenever feasible.

Collect and dispose of litter properly.

Promote green energy and prioritize recycling.

Choose recycled paper products.

Support local communities by purchasing local supplies.

Avoid creating unnecessary trails.

Leave only footprints, taking cherished memories and photographs with you.

Thank you for your care the surrounding our environment.

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