A survey of more than 1300 Australian farmers from every agricultural sector and every state and territory has revealed the vast majority are concerned about climate change and want to see more action.
Each year on Christmas Island, over 100 million red crabs scurry at once from the forest to the sea to breed and spawn. For the first time tomorrow you can watch the surreal sight live from home.
A small but promising population of 20 previously unknown regent honeyeaters has been discovered in northern New South Wales.
A healthy male Asian elephant was born yesterday afternoon, the first of its kind at the Dubbo zoo.
Findings announced this week could be the beginning of a cure for the disease threatening four endangered native parrots.
A new $1.8 million koala breeding program in Queensland will create a chlamydia-free gene bank to revitalise the region’s dwindling population.
In 1882, a palace at Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden was destroyed – and with it, thousands of Indigenous artefacts. The new barrangal dyara (skin and bones) installation is a reminder of what was lost.
This orchid only flowers after a fire, so you may not spot colonies of these striking plants in bloom for decades.
The Cape York graceful tree frog has been discovered in Far North Queensland, previously evading scientists due to its resemblance to a dainty tree frog.
Previously considered an anomaly or sign of sickness, a new study has found hammerheads swim on their side due to an evolutionary trait.