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.
In 1981 Australia had three World Heritage sites. From Uluru to Shark Bay, we now have 19 stunning protected sites.
The pristine beaches of Exmouth, on Western Australia’s mid-coast are home to nesting green sea turtles.
Australia has more than 500 national parks and some get all the glory, but these 11 are some little-known gems
World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island is a birdwatcher’s delight
Like a buried treasure chest, WA’s Purnululu kept its secrets well hidden until very recently.
A new observatory and research centre will provide access to the the World Heritage-listed rainforest.
Fraser Island’s magnificent colours have been captured in this video, including time lapse photography.
Science & Environment
Could the government have the 2013 addition to the Tasmanian World Heritage Area revoked, asks John Pickrell.
Saturday, 17 September is World Parks Day, so get outside and enjoy some of Australia’s amazing national parks.