Protecting Australia's spectacular wilderness and marine areas for generations to come.
The world-renowned Horizontal Falls at Talbot Bay in Western Australia's Kimberley region will be part of a new national park to protect its natural beauty and cultural significance.More
The Kimberley's famous Horizontal Falls site will be protected through the creation of a 160sqkm national and 3000sqkm marine parks, the State Government said today.More
(The Telegraph) About a million square miles of ocean will be proclaimed reserves today in a bid by the Gillard Government to limit fishing and oil and gas exploration.More
(ABC News) Environment Minister Tony Burke declares the world's biggest area of marine reserves.More
(The Globe and Mail) Of all the things Canada imports from Australia, the most valuable might turn out to be an idea.More
A new study has found that establishing a Great Kimberley Marine Park with Indigenous joint management would create a global icon in WA’s far north rivaling the Great Barrier Reef.More
(ABC News) An environmental group says it wants Labor and the Country Liberals to commit to stop issuing mining exploration permits in Northern Territory national parks.More
(9News) Protesters against Woodside's Browse gas hub project in Western Australia's Kimberley have dug in for a second day of blockading the company's equipment convoy.More
(9News) Environmental groups in the Northern Territory are pressuring politicians to better protect wilderness areas, ahead of NT elections later this month.More
(The Australian) At the remote Nathan River airstrip in the new Limmen National Park, the wilderness looks parched and rugged.More
(Huffington Post) The Australian government has formed the world's largest network of ocean reserves. The network is anchored by a massive reserve in the Coral Sea. As we say, "Go you, Aussies."More
Australia is expected to announce an historic decision today to create the world's largest network of marine protected areas, including a massive fully protected marine reserve in the Coral Sea, a move hailed by the Pew Environment Group.
(The Age) From the windswept West Australian coast, the best-selling author Tim Winton landed in landlocked Canberra yesterday to fight for the oceans.More
(Australian Broadcasting Corporation) Award-winning author Tim Winton is urging the Federal Government to push ahead with plans for a new national network of marine parks.More
(Sydney Morning Herald) Author Tim Winton has been in Canberra urging the federal government to make good on an election promise to establish a network of marine parks.More
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