FACET is Western Australia’s Nature, Culture & Heritage Tourism Network

Individuals, tour operators, business owners and Local Governments are all invited to participate in our educational and networking workshops and conferences.

FACET Workshops, Conferences 
& Special Events

Attend one of our short Workshops or Special Events, or join us for our Annual Conference.


Connect with like-minded people who are passionate about your nature, cultural and heritage tourism. Be inspired.


Build your skills and your network, and discover resources when you need them.


Share your knowledge with others who will appreciate your experience.

Feel Valued

We are interested to learn about you and your specialist knowledge.

Feel Inspired

Be entertained and inspired by who you meet and what you discover.

Feel Comfortable

Come as our guest and bring a friend. It will be fun and you’ll love it.

Feel Welcome

Just come along. We’re a friendly bunch and we’ll look after you.


Our membership includes a diverse range of tourism operators and consultants, tourism associations, local governments and others.

Individual membership costs only $99/year
“FACET is a one-stop shop for anyone involved in cultural and ecological tourism. It offers news, workshops, and lectures and a network of relevant people who are alive and doing things.”
Dom Chris Power
Procurator, Benedictine Community

Gather together face to face.

Belong to a committed group.

Share stories and feel heard.

Learn with a community of friends.

Feel empowered and supported.


Creative & Innovative Ideas


Interesting Venues & Special Events


The Weird & Wonderful


A Diverse Range of Fascinating People


With People You Need

Be Connected

To Industry, Government & Academia
“FACET brings together members of the community from a wide range of interests who are interested in ensuring the best outcomes from nature-based and cultural tourism. It plays an important role as an independent community forum in promoting sustainable nature-based and cultural tourism. I value the way it collaborates widely and stimulates debate.”
Jim Sharp
Former Deputy Director-General, Parks and Conservation,
Department of Environment and Conservation.

Major Sponsors