Where to learn more

When it comes to learning more about Country and Culture, our First Nations Peoples should always be the first ones we look to. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have stewarded, nurtured and cared for Australia’s diverse environment and waterways for over 80,000 years. We encourage you to connect to your local Traditional Owners and support their activities. Other organisations to support and learn about/from include:

The following websites contain fantastic information on climate change, nature conservation and much more.

Join others working for nature

One of the best ways to learn more about helping nature is to roll up your sleeves alongside others who are interested in nature conservation and climate action. Help shape the future by joining one – or more! – of these groups and activities:

Share your nature observations or join a citizen science group:

Australia’s climate and environment are undoubtedly changing but, with your help, future generations will always think nature in Australia is wonderful: from the mountains to the deserts, the forests to the sea.


10 things we can do to help nature adapt


Kangaroo Fern spores. Photo credit Phil Ingamells.