Audley Dance Hall Café is in prime position in Audley, which is regarded as the gateway to Royal National Park – Australia’s oldest national park. The café provides visitors with the opportunity to relax and enjoy good food beside the beautiful Hacking River before or after exploring the park.
As the current caretakers of Audley Dance Hall, James Lancaster and partner Zoe Wall believe they have a special responsibility to protect and enhance the area’s natural and cultural heritage. This ethos is underlined by the couple’s commitment to sustainability.
James and Zoe aim to source local, sustainable ingredients, to improve sustainability initiatives and processes. The business also aims to partner with customers, suppliers and other stakeholders to continue working toward lessening the carbon footprint of Audley Dance Hall Café.
Waste reduction and recycling
· 70 per cent reduction in total waste to landfill by 2020
· Zero food waste to landfill by 2022
· 100 per cent reusable, recyclable or compostable packaging by 2025
Sustainable supply chains
· Increased procurement of organic and sustainable foods
· Engage with all suppliers on the sustainable procurement policy and opportunities
· Energy audit of operations