Kingfisher Bay Resort - Fraser Island Accommodation

New Conservation Credit Scheme For Kingfisher Bay

Resort guests will be rewarded, for reducing their carbon footprint, with a little pampering. Resort guests will be rewarded, for reducing their carbon footprint, with a little pampering. © Kingfisher Bay Resort

FRASER ISLAND: It’ll be a little bit easier to ‘be green’ at Kingfisher Bay Resort with the introduction of a new Conservation Credit Scheme.

Earlier this month, Executive Housekeeper, Wayne Harris, and Resort General Manager, Warwick Kahl implemented a conservation scheme aimed at rewarding customers for helping the resort reduce its carbon footprint. 

“With the rising popularity of responsible tourism and with most hotel chains giving customers the option to reuse towels and postpone daily servicing, we decided to take it one step further,” Mr Kahl said.

Under the new Conservation Credit scheme – guests who choose not to have their room serviced, will be rewarded with a $10 conservation credit (per room per day) to be deducted off their guest account charges. Why not enjoy a treatment at our Kingfisher Natural Therapy salon or a full-day guided eco tour of Fraser Island.

Guests can opt in to the program by placing a card on their outside door handle each night. Points are then redeemed off the cost of touring, salon treatments, activities on their room account on checkout.

“This scheme perfectly complements our existing activities and ties in with Kingfisher Bay's environment ethos,” Mr Kahl said. “We will reward our loyal customers for doing their bit to help reduce our carbon footprint.”

“Obviously we have housekeeping standards to maintain, so we’ve limited the offer to three consecutive days,” he said. “It’s just another small, but significant, way our eco-conscious house guests can help us protect Fraser’s fragile environment.”

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Stretching over 123 kilometres along the southern coast of Queensland, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. more