An image of the Northern Territory’s Daly River. The top half of the image is clear blue sky, while the river winds down the centre of the photo with lots of snags and woody debris visible in the river. The left bank is noticeably sandy while the right bank is more of a mixture of grass, rocks and more woody debris. Photo: Alison King.
Mar 25, 2022

Environmental water needs for the Daly River

The Top End’s iconic Daly River is world-famous for its barramundi fishing. But being home to big barra is just […]

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Feral pigs destroying a wetland, view from above.
Mar 15, 2022

‘Turtle gate’ gives safe passage in feral pig dilemma

Native freshwater turtles have been caught in the battle to keep feral pigs out of coastal wetlands, with many adult […]

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Ranger in khaki uniform among recovering gamba landscape with seedlings of native trees.
Feb 25, 2022

TNRM Ranger of the Year Award for Steve Dwyer!

Steve Dwyer has spent the past seven years working tirelessly on gamba grass management at Mary River National Park to […]

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Kerry Trapnell - Mitchell River Wet Season photo
Feb 02, 2022

Sustaining the Mitchell’s freshwater ecosystems & biodiversity

Authors: Jane Thomas and Ben Stewart-Koster, Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub, National Environmental Science Program   Sustaining the freshwater ecosystems […]

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Daly River study site, photo Stuart Blanch
Feb 02, 2022

Flows are critical for food webs and fish in the Daly River

Authors: Jane Thomas and Alison King, Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub, National Environmental Science Program   Flows are critical for […]

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Fitzroy sunset aerial image - Dan Dixon
Feb 02, 2022

Indigenous water needs in the Martuwarra/Fitzroy River

Authors: Jane Thomas, Sarah Laborde and Sue Jackson, Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub, National Environmental Science Program   Indigenous water […]

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Mitchell River, photo Kerry Trapnell.
Dec 16, 2021

Sustaining the freshwater ecosystems and biodiversity of Queensland’s Mitchell River

Queensland’s Mitchell River flows west from its headwaters in the rainforests of the Wet Tropics to its mouth in the […]

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Large Gulf river estuary after a downpour.
Dec 14, 2021

Links between Gulf rivers and coastal productivity wrap-up

The Mitchell, Gilbert and Flinders rivers flow into the south-eastern Gulf of Carpentaria, supporting healthy ecosystems and nationally significant wetlands […]

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Sunset across a green floodplain with grass catching the sunlight in the foreground.
Dec 14, 2021

First Nations-led protocols guiding responsible drone use

A First Nations-led project focusing on drone use guided by Traditional Owners in Kakadu National Park has developed protocols for […]

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Martuwarra Fitzroy River from the river bank looking down the river
Dec 09, 2021

Multi-objective planning for northern Australia

There are various development plans for the Martuwarra (Fitzroy River) catchment in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. Proposals for new developments […]

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