Australia’s national biodiversity strategy and action plan
Caring for nature is the shared responsibility of all Australians. Australia's Nature Hub is a national picture of the range of practices that are addressing the different biodiversity priorities across Australia. It demonstrates how the good work being done across Australia contributes to the Strategy’s goals and objectives, and more broadly to global biodiversity goals.
The Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP) is the official response to the threat of extinction of the Tasmanian devil due to Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). The vision for the program is for an enduring and ecologically functional population of Tasmanian devils in the wild in Tasmania.
The South Australian Healthy Parks Healthy People (HPHP) Program is delivered through a health and environment agency partnership (MoU) that reinforces the critical role that nature, and hence parks, can play in improving the health and wellbeing of the South Australian community.
Amongst It is an initiative of the Nature of SA project and sponsors new and varied ways for people to connect with nature. The small-scale grants based program focuses on projects that create positive connections with nature and celebrates how important nature is to the identity of South Australia.
The Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger Program is a partnership between the Queensland Government and First Nation communities to care for land and sea country, provide jobs and training and engage future generations.
Released in April 2017, Protecting Victoria’s Environment – Biodiversity 2037 is the Victorian State Government’s policy response to addressing the decline in biodiversity. The Biodiversity Plan presents a long-term vision for Victoria’s biodiversity supported by two goals: Victorians Value Nature, and Victoria’s natural environment is healthy.