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Sea turtles to benefit from proposed rehab facility

Sick and injured sea turtles are one of the marine species set to benefit from a proposed new purpose-built rehabilitation facility in the Kimberley region.

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Aboriginal Ranger Program Round Three recipients announced

Environment Minister Stephen Dawson, Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt and Women's Interests Minister Simone McGurk have today announced the successful recipients of the McGowan Government's Aboriginal Ranger Program Round Three.

Carey Island Nature Reserve
Carey Island Nature Reserve

Public comment sought on draft management plan for Pilbara inshore islands

Public comment is now being sought on the Pilbara inshore islands nature reserves and proposed additions draft management plan.

Orange Stars. Photo: DBCA
Orange Stars. Photo: DBCA

Watch out for Bunbury's wildflowers this spring

The arrival of spring marks the start of wildflower season and as many of Western Australia’s parks and reserves burst into colour, people are being reminded to take care around native flowers.

Shark Bay Bandicoot
Shark Bay Bandicoot

Bandicoots released on Dirk Hartog Island to mark National Threatened Species Day

Endangered Shark Bay bandicoots will be released onto Dirk Hartog Island this week as part of the ground-breaking Return to 1616 ecological restoration project.

Rivercare - Millennium Kids
Rivercare - Millennium Kids

Community Rivercare Program fourth round of grants open

The fourth round of the McGowan Government's Community Rivercare Program is now open, with applications invited until October 12.

Karda campground. Photo - DBCA
Karda campground. Photo - DBCA

New campgrounds and walk trails for Turquoise Coast

Western Australians can now enjoy new campgrounds in the heart of wildflower country along the State's stunning Turquoise Coast.

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Joint media statement - World Heritage Tentative listing celebrated on-country

Traditional owners leading the Murujuga Cultural Landscape World Heritage nomination process are today celebrating the Tentative Listing of the world's largest concentration of

New boardwalk for popular Murujuga rock art site
New boardwalk for popular Murujuga rock art site

New boardwalk for popular Murujuga rock art site

Visitors to Murujuga National Park now have improved access to viewing culturally significant rock art with a new walking trail and signage.

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Carbon for Conservation to deliver new opportunities for WA

The McGowan Government is calling on the private sector to propose carbon farming concepts and solutions for Western Australia's national parks and reserves, as part of its COVID-19 economic stimulus and recovery plan.