Biodiversity is the variety of all life forms on earth - the different plants, animals and micro-organisms and the ecosystems of which they are a part.
Conservation of Australia's biodiversity
Conservation under the EPBC Act
Find out about our unique biodiversity
Science and research
- Australian Biological Resources Study
- Australia's biological resources
- Bird and bat banding
- National Environmental Research Program
- Supervising Scientist Division
- Threatened Species Scientific Committee
- New Guide now online for River Murray - Darling to sea: a nationally protected ecological community
- Eyre Peninsula Blue Gum (Eucalyptus petiolaris) Woodland – listed as Endangered 13 August 2013
- Wetlands and inner floodplains of the Macquarie Marshes – listed as Critically Endangered 13 August 2013
- River Murray and associated wetlands, floodplains and groundwater systems, from the junction with the Darling River to the sea – listed as Critically Engangered 10 August 2013
- Subtropical and Temperate Coastal Saltmarsh – listed as Vulnerable 10 August 2013
- Scott River Ironstone Association ecological community – listed as Endangered on 23 May 2013
- Scott River Ironstone Association ecological community - listed as endangered
2013-14 Prospectus of Investment
One Land - Many Stories: Prospectus of Investment presents the Australian Government's vision for conserving and managing Australia's valuable and most vulnerable environments.
National Wildlife Corridors Plan
The National Wildlife Corridors Plan is the Australian Government's framework to retain, restore and manage ecological connections in the Australian landscape.