Australia’s Wild Top End
The NT is famous for rugged, beautiful landscapes. It’s home to Australia’s largest terrestrial national park (Kakadu) and for Uluru (formerly known as Eyre’s Rock). Throughout the Territory, Indigenous connection to Country is strong and a large percentage remains in, or has been returned to, Indigenous ownership. We work closely with Indigenous Traditional Owners, assisting with science-based land management.
Helping Female Rangers Make a Break Through
Building community support for and awareness of women’s role in Indigenous land management.
Can better fire management save our tropical mammals?
Media Statement from TNC Australia on latest research on native mammals and fire.
Indigenous groups and country to benefit from $21M Ten Deserts Project
Media Statement announcing funding for the Ten Deserts project from BHP Foundation.