Nature Writing Prize 2014 is now open

The Nature Conservancy Australia is delighted to launch the third biennial The Nature Conservancy Australia Nature Writing Prize. The deadline for submissions is December 24, 2014, so get out your pens and start writing! Click here to enter.

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

Why I Love Nature

Each person in The Nature Conservancy's online community has a story about why they love nature. Hear from our top supporters in Australia! +more

Adopt an Acre

Help protect one of the world's most beautiful and diverse habitats when you Adopt an Acre® in Australia today. +more

Coast to Coast Photo Competition Winning Entries

Australia's beauty is unprecedented. Earlier this year, we called on supporters to share their top photos to help inspire the world to care more about protecting our nation's treasures. Here are our top pics! +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

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

8 Awesome Avian Photos and Facts

There are more than 700 species of birds found on in Australia, and of these, more than 300 of these are endemic to our country! +more