Find out what's new in the Australia program.
We are bridging the future and the past by empowering elder female mentors to transfer traditional knowledge about their native landscapes to younger women who can carry on these traditions.
There are more than 890 species of birds found in Australia, and of these, more than 300 of these are endemic to our country!
Did you know that in Australia, we have over 28,000 native species. Check out these unbelievable Australian animal facts!
We're collaborating with Cool Australia to educate young Australians about the use of fire in conservation.
Our Healthy Country Planning methodology helps communities conserve the environment.
The Martu Living Deserts Project is a conservation project of global significance in a region of rich biodiversity.
We’re one step closer to working out how to restore shellfish reefs in Port Phillip Bay.
We’d like to congratulate the winner of this year’s The Nature Conservancy Applied Conservation Award, Lachlan Fetterplace of the University of Wollongong, for his project “The conservation of soft sediment fishes: the vast unknown”.
Port Phillip Bay’s shellfish reefs are being restored with the help of The Nature Conservancy.
Our Director of Conservation in Australia picks his five favorite protected areas.
An ecologically important region has become the newest Indigenous Protected Area.
Traditional Owners in the Kimberley enter a new era. Learn more
A huge new Indigenous Protected Area is Australia's largest protected area on land, and the Conservancy is helping to manage it.
The Conservancy's Dr James Fitzsimons manages his own private nature preserve in Victoria. Learn how his project is nurturing new generations of conservationists.
Traditional land management practices in Northern Australia have included burning the landscape to replenish the land and reduce the chance of devastating wildfire.
The Conservancy has teamed up with local Indigenous Landholders and the Australian Government to conserve over 5 million acres of land in Northern Australia.
An exciting new partnership is putting some of northern Australia’s most pristine grasslands in the hands of the Indigenous Australians who have traditionally managed the country for generations.
Northern Australia's native mammals are as cute as the koala or kangaroo, but they are disappearing fast. A new report is highlighting the perils faced by these mini-mammals. Get familiar with Australian wildlife.
North Australia Program Director Geoff Lipsett-Moore is no stranger to danger — learn about the sacrifices he’s made for science.
The Conservancy is helping Australia's Aboriginal people reconnect with their ancestral lands for the sake of nature and communities.
Noongar leader Eugene Eades’ personal account of the importance of land to Aboriginal people. Read more
The Conservancy supports a wide array of public conservation projects throughout Australia. These projects protect land while providing for people.
In the heart of the deserts of central Australia, the Conservancy has teamed up to purchase nearly 1.7 million acres of critical habitat.
A rare flood has triggered an explosion of life in the barren Red Centre of Australia. Tens of thousands of birds have descended upon Lake Eyre to partake in a breeding and feeding frenzy.
A new publication shows that Australian conservation is evolving for the better.
Think that you are a Central Australia whiz? Take the Deserts of Central Australia Quiz and find out how much you really know
See pictures from our own Dr James Fitzsimons's private nature preserve in Victoria.
Learn how the Conservancy is helping Indigenous Australians manage the country's largest land reserve.
Learn how fire is improving life at Fish River Station.
Hear and see the connection between Aboriginal people and the lands of their ancestors.