Green Accommodation

Green Accommodation

Accommodation is considered green if it is environmentally responsible and follows the practices of green living, such as using non-toxic cleaning agents, ensuring that it is a non-smoking environment at all times, using 100% cotton linen, and making sure that all energy use is from a renewable energy source, such as solar or wind energy.

From Queensland down to Victoria and everywhere in between, there are tons of green accommodation available nowadays to suit everybody's eco-friendly needs.

Top 5 Green Hotels in Australia

The following list is comprised of 5 hotels that are considered to be the greenest in Australia. Have a read through and consider staying at one of these fantastic green hotels.

Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
A boutique hotel located deep in the tropical rainforests of North Queensland, perfect for exploration of the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.

Kingfisher Bay Resort & Village, Fraser Island
Winner of the inaugural Steve Irwin award for being a top ecotourism spot, Kingfisher Bay Resort has been designed to seamlessly integrate with the surrounding delicate ecosystem, even down to individual rooms.

Allawah Retreat
Allawah Retreat is a luxurious lodge set in the stunning Atherton Tablelands. Conservation of the surrounding outback bush is taken very seriously as it is surrounded by it.

Eco Farm Lodge Bed & Breakfast
Visitors to Eco Farm Lodge Bed & Breakfast can stroll through an eucalyptus forest, sample fresh fruit in the organically certified orchard or help feed the native bees and other wildlife.

Karijini Eco Retreat
Booking into the Karijini Eco Retreat does much more than conserve the ecosystem, you also help support the Aboriginal way of life.

Characteristics of Green Accommodation