Recovery is slow one year after devastating bushfires tore through the pristine wilderness.
A new study led by the University of Queensland has warned that more than 100 Natural World Heritage sites are being destroyed by human activities.
One of the earliest known aquaculture systems on Earth, in south-western Victoria, is one step closer to becoming Australia’s 20th World Heritage site.
Daintree National Park and Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park are breathtaking examples of the vast diversity of Australia’s landscapes
Desert country and World Heritage marine parks make for a great weekend away at the Coral Coast
The pristine beaches of Exmouth, on Western Australia’s mid-coast are home to nesting green sea turtles.
At Mungo, in far south-western NSW, you’ll find undulating sandplains, ancient lakebeds, spectacular dunes and abundant fossils.