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 Sugarloaf Link Project seeks to control deer, foxes and weeds on private and public land - to enhance connected habitat for threatened plants and animals. This will benefit species such as Phascogales, Dunnarts and a range of threatened orchids.

Victoria
Program
Species

The Coastcare Program undertakes the rehabilitation of the coastal foreshore reserves with a focus on Kwinana Beach and Challenger Beach.

Western Australia
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Marine
Species
Water

The Northern Corroboree Frog is listed as endangered in the ACT, NSW and nationally. The decline of Corroboree Frogs has been attributed to disease caused by the introduced Amphibian Chytrid (pronounced 'Kit-rid') Fungus, which has also caused declines and in some cases extinctions of frogs worldwide.

Australian Capital Territory
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Species

Regional pest management strategies aim to minimise the adverse impacts of pests on biodiversity, protected areas and the community.

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service work to identify the highest priority programs and focus on these. This ensures that we plan for actions that are achievable and can deliver measurable outcomes.

New South Wales
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Land
Species

The National Parks Visitor Infrastructure Program aims to increase nature-based tourism in NSW, to boost regional visitor economies and improve community wellbeing.

New South Wales
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On 25 February 2019 the Australian Government announced the Climate Solutions Package, a $3.5 billion investment which maps out how Australia will achieve the final 328 million tonnes of estimated abatement needed to meet our 2030 Paris target.

National
Program
Climate Change

The Australian Government is investing $100 million, over four years from 2019-20 to 2022-23, to help ensure our environment is protected for future generations through the Environment Restoration Fund.

National
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Climate Change
Heritage
Land
Marine
Species
Water

The National Environmental Science Program (NESP) is a long-term commitment by the Australian Government to environment and climate research.

NESP projects deliver collaborative, practical and applied research to inform decision making and on-ground action.

National
Program
Climate Change
Energy
Heritage
Land

Conservation of natural values, including threatened vegetation types and threatened species, on private land through the establishment of perpetual conservation agreements on land title.

Tasmania
Establishment of conservation covenants on private land under s34 of Tasmanian Nature Conservation Act 2002 for the protection of biodiversity

The Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT) supports private land conservation in NSW to deliver a healthy, productive and resilient environment across NSW.

New South Wales
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Land