Carolyn Beasley is an Australian travel and environment writer. A former marine and environmental scientist, she can spot greenwashing rhetoric a mile off. Carolyn specializes in nature, sustainability and family adventure stories. Having spent nine years between Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore, she's not afraid of sweat and values good laksa. Now based in Perth, she contributes to publications in several countries including T+L Southeast Asia, the Straits Times, South China Morning Post,the Australian newspaper, and Australian Geographic.
Hotels & Resorts
The Australian Island Where Quokkas Demand a Photo
A new boutique hotel on Rottnest Island ups the ante for accommodations in Western Australia’s favorite nature getaway.
Some of Australia’s Best Wine Is Surfing the Organic Wave
Drive the new Margaret River organic wine trail and bliss out on biodynamics.
Tips & News
These Resorts Are Paving the Way in Conservation
More and more tourism providers around Asia-Pacific have been taking sincere sustainable strides, and we’d like to tip our sun hats to these green-hospitality groundbreakers. If visiting the beach inspires you to seek out ways to save it, consider the following eco-pillars and the resorts that do them admirably.
9 Eco-friendly Items to Pack on Your Next Trip
While we’ve all been dreaming of getting back to the beach, newly thriving marine environments are perhaps less eager to have us humans return. But we needn’t always muck up the waters. Here’s a guide to how you can make your next sojourn to the shore more sustainable.