Eco – Tourism combined with international travel is fast becoming a relatively new and popular world-wide phenomenon as more people become environmentally aware and curious; especially having seen fascinating glimpses of the natural living world in close-up vision via the popular media.
What many local people don’t realise is that living in the South-west of Western Australia we are ourselves actually surrounded at home, even within the Perth and Peel City Region with unique biodiversity that has huge capability to attract visitors. (Often referred-to as a world-class biodiversity ‘hotspot.’)
This Eco-Tourism concept (a WA Eco-Discovery Centre) outlined here with an explanatory introduction in uncomplicated language, could be based somewhere around the Peel-Harvey Estuary, perhaps close to Mandurah. In part it will use advanced remote-viewing technology to view the private lives of a huge range of different internationally migrating wild-birds, some rare and endangered, without disturbing them. It obviously has substantial potential if any entrepreneurially-minded private or public sector organisation might recognise the potential of it, as both a job-creation and income-producing venture, and an all-age educational facility.