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Dungrove Farm. Photo: Nick Rains.
Forest landscape, Tasmania
Subtropical region adjacent to Border Ranges and Great East Ranges, Queensland
Subtropical region adjacent to Border Ranges and Great East Ranges, Queensland
Centenary Hill, Barossa Valley,South Australia
Centenary Hill, Barossa Valley,South Australia
Poa labillardierei (silver tussock) in river flat grasslands, Tasmanian Northern Midlands. Photo: Peter Mathew.
Poa labillardierei (silver tussock) in river flat grasslands, Tasmanian Northern Midlands
Yeumburra, New South Wales
Yeumburra, New South Wales
Eucalyptus tree trunk. Photo: Nick Rains.
Eucalyptus tree trunk, Tasmania

News

The Australian Government is seeking applications from community organisations for potential Green Army Projects.
09
Apr
2014
The Department is inviting tenders from Service Providers interested in being involved in the Green Army Programme.
31
Mar
2014
Did you know the smallest protected area in Australia is only five square metres? It’s Waubadebars Grave Historic Site in Tasmania. The largest terrestrial reserve is the Southern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area at over 10.1 million hectares. ...
12
Dec
2013
In the Perth and Peel regions, targeted research projects will be funded to facilitate evidence based decision making throughout the Perth and Peel strategic assessment process, focusing on sustainability and protecting matters of national environmental significance.
01
Mar
2013
The Lower Hunter strategic assessment will assess broad environmental, social and economic sustainability aspects within the local government areas of Newcastle, Maitland, Cessnock, Lake Macquarie and Port Stephens.
01
Dec
2012

The Cleaner Environment Plan

The Australian Government's Plan for a Cleaner Environment - Clean Air, Clean Land, Clean Water and National Heritage​ - will help realise the vision of a great society by protecting and improving our environment for future generations.​