Awards

Conservation Volunteers Board Member Shortlisted for 2016 Bathurst Macquarie Heritage Medal

30 years of commitment to Australia’s natural heritage Conservation Volunteers Australia’s board member David Clark has been committed to natural heritage conservation for over thirty years.  Last week, he was honoured by being shortlisted for the 2016 Bathurst Macquarie Heritage Medal. In his time with us, David originally started as a volunteer, then went on […]
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Volunteering SA-NT 2015 Awards

Conservation Volunteers Australia is pleased to announce their high commendation in the 2015 Volunteering SA-NT Award for Organisational Excellence – Large Organisation. Conservation Volunteers was recognised during the awards presentation ceremony or their great commitment to best practice in managing volunteers. The awards are a collaboration between the Department of the Chief Minister, Northern Territory […]
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2014

2014 – Winner, New Tourism Development, RACV Victorian Tourism Awards for Naturewise Eco Escapes
2014 – Winner, Arts & Environment Category, ACT Volunteer of the Year Awards for VIP / Volunteer Interpreter Program

2013

2013 – Winner, WA Coastal Awards for Excellence, Community Group Effort – Coastal Guardians Program

2012

2012 – Winner, Business – Not-for-Profit, Green Lifestyle Awards
2012 – Best Travel Agency Awards, Hong Kong – Green Pioneer in Travel Industry
2012 – Finalist, WA Environment Awards – Community Achievement Metropolitan Category

2011

2011 – UNWTO Ulysses Award for Innovation in Non-Governmental Organisations
2011 – Winner, WA Environment Awards – Environmental Education and Communication Category
2011 – Finalist, United Nations Association of Australia World Environment Day Awards – Community category

2010

2010 – Commendation Excellence in Parks Award, Economic Category (in partnership with Parks Conservation and Lands ACT)
2010 – Canberra Tourism Award – Ecotourism for Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve (in partnership with Parks Conservation and Lands ACT)
2010 – Highly Commended, Keep Australia Beautiful ACT Sustainable Cities Awards, Heritage and Culture Category – Tidbinbilla Volunteer Interpreter Program
2010 – Finalist, WA Environment Awards – Biodiversity Conservation Category
2010 – Finalist, WA Environment Awards – Community Achievement Metropolitan Category
2010 – Finalist, WA Environment Awards – Environmental Education & Communication Category

2009

2009 – Ecotourism Award Winner, Sustainable Tourism Awards
2009 – Environment and Sustainability Award Winner, Regional Achievement and Community Award
2009 – Finalist Excellence in Sustainable Tourism, Victorian Tourism Awards
2009 – Winner, WA Environment Awards – Coastal, Marine and Estuarine Category

2008

2008 – Qantas Australian Tourism Award – Ecotourism (in partnership with National Parks & Wildlife Service, NSW – Montague Island Naturewise Program)
2008 – NSW Tourism Award – Ecotourism (in partnership with National Parks & Wildlife Service, NSW – Montague Island Naturewise Program)
2008 – Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism, Victorian Tourism Awards

2007

2007 – Qantas Australian Tourism Award – Ecotourism (in partnership with National Parks & Wildlife Service, NSW – Montague Island Naturewise Program)
2007 – Golden Backpack Award – Best Responsible Tourism Program
2007 – NSW Tourism Award – Ecotourism (in partnership with National Parks & Wildlife Service, NSW – Montague Island Naturewise Program)
2007 – Banksia Award – Water Category (Revive Our Wetlands, in partnership with BHP Billiton)

2006

2006 – NSW Tourism Award – Ecotourism (in partnership with National Parks & Wildlife Service, NSW – Montague Island Naturewise Program)

2005

2005 – NSW Tourism Award – Best New Product (in partnership with National Parks & Wildlife Service, NSW – Montague Island Naturewise Program)

2003

2003 – Winner, The Australian Financial Review Magazine Corporate Partnership of the Year, BHP Billiton partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia – Revive our Wetlands
2003 – Winner, The Australian Financial Review Magazine Science, Environment, Health and Education category, BHP Billiton partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia – Revive our Wetlands

2002

2002 – Winner, Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence, Community Business Partnerships

2001

2001 – Banksia Award – Coastal & Marine Category (Joint submission with WWF, Dhimurru Land Management Aboriginal Corporation, NT Department Of Primary Industries And Fisheries)
2001 – Finalist, Prime Minister’s Environmentalist of the Year Award, Banksia Environmental Foundation

2000

2000 – Global 500 Roll of Honour, United Nations Environment Program
2000 – Finalist, Community Groups Category, Banksia Environmental Foundation
2000 – Finalist, Prime Minister’s Environmentalist of the Year Award, Banksia Environmental Foundation

1998

1998 – Finalist, Community Groups Category, Banksia Environmental Foundation
1998 – Finalist – Banksia Award – Government Category (Green Corps Program), Banksia Environmental Foundation

1996

1996 – Banksia Award, Community Groups Category, Banksia Environmental Foundation

1995

1995 – Banksia Award, Land Management Category, Banksia Environmental Foundation
1995 – Finalist, Rural Community Groups Category, Banksia Environmental Foundation

1990

1990 – Finalist, IBM Conservation Award
1990 – Banksia Award, Community Service Category, Banksia Environmental Foundation
1990 – Victorian Landcare Award – Business Category, Landcare Victoria

1989

1989 – Banksia Award, Community Service Category, Banksia Environmental Foundation

1988

1988 – Bicentennial Sylvaspade, Australian Bicentennial Authority

1983

1983 – Merit Award for Outstanding Architecture, Royal Australian Institute of Architects (Victorian Chapter)

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