On This Day
In 1998, a missing carnivorous dinosaur footprint stolen from a sacred Aboriginal site was recovered.
Increasing numbers of visitors and poor management could prove detrimental to the fragile region.
The world’s smallest waterlily is flourishing in captivity after it was found to be extinct in the wild in 2008.
100,000 hectares of river red gum forests will now be protected under NSW government legislation.
History & Culture
The Hadzabe of northern Tanzania have sustained an ancient hunter-gatherer lifestyle for at least 10,000 years.
Salvaged objects from the wreck of the Titanic are in Australia to tell a tragic tale that continues to resonate.
A new government initiative will help to preserve the history of Australia’s iconic heritage sites.
Park authorities are starting to assess the damage to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef as questions are raised about the need for marine pilots on all large ships navigating near to the World Heritage Area.
It’s easy to travel responsibly on Kangaroo Island, where conservation is key to the wildlife that abounds.
For the pristine peaks of Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, we can thank an impassioned bushwalking duo’s devotion to the area last century.