The much-anticipated $24 million Kalbarri Skywalk project has begun taking shape with the installation of two spectacular cantilevered walkways offering unprecedented views over the Murchison River Gorge.
Environment Minister Stephen Dawson and Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt have today announced the recipients of the second round of the Aboriginal Ranger Program.
Western Australians are being encouraged to give their feedback and ideas on how the Swan River can be better utilised between the Narrows and Windan Bridges.
The arrival of spring heralds the start of nesting season and the DBCA’s Parks and Wildlife Service is urging Western Australians to lookout for swooping birds, such as magpies.
As humpback whales begin their southern migration, tour operators and people in recreational vessels are reminded to maintain a safe distance from these giants of the sea.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions' 'Reel It In' campaign has hooked another town into reducing fishing waste in Western Australia's marine environment.
More women are being encouraged to pursue a career in fire management following the release of an action plan by the State's premier land management agency.
A naturally occurring disease has been identified as the cause of death of five dolphins from Perth’s rivers and coastal waters this year.
In a West Australian first, drones are being used to track endangered wildlife that has been reintroduced to Dirk Hartog Island National Park in the last two years.
One of the world's most critically endangered reptiles is getting a boost to its wild population with 73 individuals bred at Perth Zoo being released into their natural habitat.