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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Western Shield is DBCA’s lead wildlife recovery program. It is one of the biggest wildlife conservation programs ever undertaken in Australia and aims to recover and sustain wild populations of Western Australian native fauna threatened by foxes and feral cats.

Western Australia
Program
Species

Breeding of native species for conservation is undertaken at Perth Zoo for western swamp tortoise, dibbler and numbat. Perth Zoo also has a ‘head start’ program for white-bellied and orange- bellied frogs, where eggs are collected from the wild and progeny reared in the laboratory for release into the wild.

Western Australia
Program
Species

The Plan for Our Parks initiative was announced by the Premier on 20 February 2019 to create a minimum of five million hectares of new national parks, marine parks and other conservation reserves over the next five years.

Western Australia
Program
Heritage
Land
Marine
Species

The Nature Refuges Program (the Program) is the Queensland Government’s primary private protected area program. The program works with landholders who have an interest in protecting and managing the significant conservation values of their land in perpetuity.

Queensland
Program
Land
Species

Barrer Hill is approximately 50 hectares and has a long history of human impacts attributed to commercial pine plantations and livestock grazing. It retains some high conservation values with rocky grasslands home to threatened species like the pink-tailed worm-lizard (Aprasia parapulchella).

Australian Capital Territory
Program
Land
Species

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
Program
Species

The aim of the Strategy is to provide biodiversity rich, resilient landscapes stretching from the inner city to the mountains, where well-functioning ecosystems can meet the needs of people and the environment.

Australian Capital Territory
Policy
Climate Change

Recent dieback has led to widespread death of Blakely’s Red Gum (Eucalyptus blakelyi) in the north of the ACT, causing significant concern for the Territory government. It is thought that both the impacts of clearing and climate events influence the onset and severity of insect attacks.

Australian Capital Territory
Program
Climate Change
Species

The Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program (VCMP) is a 4 year program that started in 2017 to inform spatial prioritisation of monitoring investment effort along Victoria’s coastline and to ensure that data collected is managed centrally and made publicly available.

Victoria
Program

The Regional Land Partnerships (RLP) Program is a core component of the Government's $1 billion investment under Phase 2 of its National Landcare Program.

National
Program
Land