State of the Environment (SoE) reporting

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Solar array, Lajamanu.
Solar array, Lajamanu
Ord River, Kimberley.
Ord River, Kimberley
Ord River, Kimberley.
Ord River, Kimberley
Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park.
Ubirr Rock, Kakadu National Park
Purnululu National Park, World Heritage Area. Photo: R Hartvigsen.
Purnululu National Park, World Heritage Area
Wattle, Lake Clifton. Photo: N Sloane.
Wattle, Lake Clifton
Sunset, Hughenden. Photo: A Fox.
Sunset, Hughenden
Alinytjara Wilurara, NRM region. Photo: M Jensen.
Alinytjara Wilurara, NRM region

In Australia, State of the Environment (SoE) reporting occurs at both the national and state/territory level. Some regional-scale reporting also occurs in many areas throughout Australia.

National SoE reporting

National SoE reports provide information about environmental and heritage conditions, trends and pressures for the Australian continent, surrounding seas and Australia's external territories. More information about national State of the Environment (SoE) reporting

Further details on the current report and past reports:

State/territory SoE reporting

Most states and territories of Australia produce SoE reports. State and territory government web sites have information about their reporting processes.