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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Saving our Species is the NSW Government’s flagship threatened species conservation program. This innovative state-wide program seeks to maximise the number of threatened species that are secure in the wild in NSW.

New South Wales
Program
Species

The Biodiversity Indicator Program tracks the status of biodiversity and ecosystem integrity in NSW over time.

New South Wales
Program

The Biodiversity Credit Exchange gives eligible landholders access to funding for the purpose of protecting, managing and restoring areas of high conservation value on their property. The payments to landholders incorporates the incurred costs of protecting areas of native vegetation and generates a biodiversity credit.

South Australia
Program
Land

South Australia has an ongoing program to periodically publish Trend and Condition Report Cards that track the change in condition of the State's natural resources.

South Australia
Program

The Tharwa Fish Habitat Project trials the use of engineered log jams to improve fish habitat in the river reach and augment some existing rock groynes (outcrops of rock). The log jams are made of interlocking hardwood logs and rock.

Australian Capital Territory
Program

Zoos Victoria is fighting extinction to secure a future rich in wildlife.

National
Program

The Queensland State of Environment report (SoE) provides comprehensive information on the extent and condition of Queensland’s environmental assets and pressures facing these assets. SoE is an online, interactive, data-driven web-based report based around five themes of Biodiversity, Heritage, Pollution, Climate and Human Settlements.

Queensland
Program

The Wetlands in the Great Barrier Reef Catchments Management Strategy 2016–21 sets a framework for the improved management of the wetlands of the Great Barrier Reef catchments. The strategy promotes an integrated approach to catchment management that considers the multiple values of wetlands in a whole-of-catchment context.

Queensland
Policy
Land

Catchment Stories development is driven by the need to have a collective understanding of how catchments work, a necessary requirement for understanding and protecting biodiversity.

Queensland
Program

The Land Restoration Fund aims to expand carbon farming in Queensland by supporting land-based projects that deliver clear environmental, social and economic co-benefits. Carbon farming refers to land management activities that avoid the release of greenhouse gases or increase the carbon stored in the land.

Queensland
Program
Climate Change