2014 winner of The Nature Conservancy Applied Conservation Award

Congratulations to this year’s winner of The Nature Conservancy Applied Conservation Award, Lachlan Fetterplace, for his project “The conservation of soft sediment fishes: the vast unknown”. +more

Melbourne’s Lost Reefs Rediscovered

In an Australian first, Port Phillip Bay’s shellfish reefs are being restored with the help of The Nature Conservancy. +more

A Big Win for the Karajarri country

An ecologically important region has become the newest Indigenous Protected Area. The declaration was achieved with planning and support from The Nature Conservancy. +more

Planning for Healthy Country

Conservation Coach Naomi Hobson is helping Umpila Traditional Owners chart a sustainable path forward for their country on Cape York. +more

Why Do We Value Some Species More Than Others?

Why does one endangered species get lots of conservation attention, while a similar one doesn’t? In the case of two very similar threatened birds, says a new video from Australia, it’s about familiarity and values. +more

A Stunning Accomplishment at Southern Tanami

A huge new Indigenous Protected Area is Australia's largest protected area on land, and the Conservancy is helping to manage it. +more

Explore the Wonder of Southern Tanami IPA

Take a look at the stunning landscapes protected by this enormous accomplishment for conservation. +more

Exceptional Progress at Fish River Station

Progress with the management of Fish River Station, a remote 180,000-hectare property situated along the Daly River in northern Australia, has been exceptional. +more

Indelible Images from Fish River Station

Catch a glimpse of one of Australia's greatest natural wonders and take part in one of our greatest successes. +more

Dance Party, Nature Conservancy Style

We’re very serious about protecting land for people and nature, but sometimes even we need to take a step back and have a laugh. With this in mind, we present Animal Dance Party. +more

Indigenous Australians Protect the Past

The Conservancy has teamed up with local Indigenous Landholders and the Australian Government to conserve over 5 million acres of land in Northern Australia. +more

New Era in the Kimberley

Four Indigenous Protected Areas have led to the conservation of an area 1.5x bigger than Tasmania. +more