The William Bay National Park renewal project is set to start this month, with the contract recently awarded for the redevelopment of the ageing park facilities.
The Murujuga World Heritage nomination is one step closer, with a Tentative List Submission receiving the green light at Friday's Meeting of Environment Ministers (MEM).
An international team of marine biologists and geneticists have used remotely piloted aircraft (drones) to collect blow (snot) samples from wild dolphins off the coast of WA.
Community members are urged to help clean up the Mandurah Estuary by getting involved in the 'Reel it in' clean-up event in Mandurah on Saturday October 19, 2019.
The State Government is conducting a week-long course for up to 20 Collie and Dwellingup residents to help them develop the skills to find a job in the local trails industry.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions’ (DBCA) Parks and Wildlife Service is urging people to refrain from feeding native animals, following concerns about the number of visitors feeding animals in national parks.
The highly anticipated Kalbarri Skywalk project is a step closer to completion, with the State Government calling for expressions of interest for the lease and operation of a kiosk at the site.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions is using favourable spring conditions to undertake prescribed burning in areas surrounding Perth and across the South-West.
The Collie Adventure Trails program is off to a flying start with the construction of a new adaptive mountain bike trail.
One of Australia's smallest marsupial species will be reintroduced to Dirk Hartog Island National Park for the first time since it went extinct from the area centuries ago.