The use of trained detection dogs is being expanded to help protect North Queensland’s unique Wet Tropics from Yellow Crazy Ants, which devastate tropical ecosystems and wreak havoc on crops such as sugar cane.
A sight not seen in over a century is unfolding on the Yorke Peninsula as tiny brush-tailed bettongs return to their native habitat as soil engineers for one of the nation’s most ambitious rewilding projects.
The Australian flag has flown for the first time this week onboard the nation’s new icebreaker RSV Nuyina (noy-yee-nah), marking the final hand over stage of the most advanced polar research vessel in the world.
As Darwin’s COVID lock down ends, Kakadu’s tourism infrastructure has received a welcome boost with access now open to the iconic Twin Falls escarpment after the completion of Morrison Government upgrades under its $267 million infrastructure program.
As the new Australian Climate Service undertakes a landmark project to analyse and map our changing climate across every city and region in the country, Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley has used National Science Week to highlight the critical...
Training communities to monitor and recover critical mangrove habitat on the NSW south coast, the restoration of Macquarie Perch habitat in alpine waterways, and helping Greater and Yellow-bellied Gliders in SE Queensland are among 111 new bushfire