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About the report The distribution, structure and composition of intertidal and shallow sub-tidal seagrass communities from an area representing almost 10% of Australia’s mainland coastline are described in this report. Using a combination of...
About the report In February 2005, the Australian Government Department of Environment and Heritage (DEH), commissioned Australian Museum Business Services (AMBS) to undertake a field survey of the native reptiles of islands in the Norfolk...
Issues paper Download separate sections A sustainable population strategy for Australia - Issues paper (PDF - 776 KB) |  (Word - 1.1 MB) Appendix 1: Demographic Change and Liveability Panel Report (PDF - 3.2 MB) |  (Word - 12...
About the report From 2003 to 2007, the Executive Steering Committee for Australian Vegetation Information (ESCAVI) coordinated a series of pilot projects to test the applicability of its interim approach to native vegetation condition...
About this document Cape York Peninsula - one of the world's special places A world heritage nomination with Traditional Owner consent and community support. The Australian Government is committed to a world heritage nomination for...
Interim recovery plan no. 139 Gillian Stack & Val English Department of Conservation and Land Management, Western Australia, 2003 Next Contents PDF files Abba Bell (Darwinia sp. Williamson) interim...
ABC has produced a podtour of the Kakadu region. Click on the links below to listen to the regions or here to hear the full tour Welcome to Kakadu Stop 1 Mamukala Wetlands. Explore the South Alligator Region with park ranger, Annie Taylor....
About the report The Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation (BAC) represents outstation communities living near Maningrida in Central Arnhem Land. The BAC is keen to set standards for wetland management by Aboriginal groups in the Top End. They have...
Language Audio Files Listen to our language audio files to hear the aboriginal spoken word.   Ad bininj arringeibun gunj - We Aboriginal people call Kangaroo 'gunj' Are awurlebme - I'm going to swim Aye...
Transcript Narrator: Tjukurpa is the foundation of Anangu life and society. It has many complex but complementary meanings. Tjukurpa refers to the creation period when ancestral beings created the world as we now know it. Their marks are...

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