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.

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The 'Communities Combating Pest and Weed Impacts During Drought Program— Biosecurity Management of Pests and Weeds'

National
Program
Land
Species

On behalf of the Australian Government, the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, is leading the development of the National Carp Control Plan (the plan). 

National
Program
Research
Species
Water

The cumulative effects of bushfires on environmental assets and values in Western Australia have placed some threatened species at risk of extinction in the wild.

Western Australia
Program
Bushfires 2019-20

Weeds are one of the most serious threats to Australia's environment and agricultural production.

National
Policy
Species

Many introduced and native animals have established large populations across Australia, becoming pests.

National
Policy
Land
Marine
Species
Water

The Queensland Government has amended the planning framework to address a key threat to koala populat

Queensland
Legislation
Species

In February 2020, the Queensland Government released new koala habitat mapping for South East Queensl

Queensland
Legislation
Species

On 27 January 2020, the Orroral Valley fire swept through Namadgi burning about 80% of Namadgi National Park (82,700 hectares) and 22% of Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve (1,444 hectares) and 3350 hectares of rural lands.  Following the fires the ACT Government, deployed a Rapid Risk Assessment Team (RRAT) to assess risk immediately post fire.  This R

Australian Capital Territory
Program
Bushfires 2019-20

In partnership with The Basalt to Bay Landcare Network between 2015 and 2018 the ATO has produced four Australian Primary Producers tax fact sheets. 1: Shelterbelts. 2. Landcare and other Expenses 3.

National
Legislation
Program
Climate Change
Land
Water

The Australian Government’s initial $50 million Wildlife and Habitat Recovery package is providing targeted, on-ground support for fire-affected wildlife following the devastating 2019-20 summer bushfires.

National
Program
Bushfires 2019-20