David Keech has spent the past 12 years working in some of Australia’s most renowned wilderness and marine areas such as El Questro, Ningaloo Reef and Freycinet. He is passionate about nature, the environment and conservation, and loves sharing his knowledge about how to care for our most precious areas with our guests. For David Keech, one of his favourite memories was watching Green Turtles mating at the Lacepedes Islands without a breath of wind, while Eagle Rays were jumping out of the water in the background. Dave loves leading our guests through Tasmania and the Kimberley destinations. His favourite species is Humpback Whales.
Working as an Eco-Guide and Expedition Leader for the past 12 years, I’ve had the opportunity to explore the most pristine and remote wilderness locations across Australia and the South Pacific and share my passion for nature and conservation. Starting my eco-tourism career in 2008, I have worked as an eco-guide in both marine and terrestrial environments from Wilderness Park Ranger in the Kimberley, WA to Whale Shark Guide on the Ningaloo Reef, WA and Guide Coordinator in Freycinet, TAS. My last 5 years with Coral Expeditions has taken me on a journey of adventure and discovery to the remote Kimberley Coast, Arnhem Land, Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, Indonesia, Melanesia and beyond.