A diver reveals footage of the final resting place of Nyora, a beloved steam tug that sank in treacherous seas off South Australia 102 years ago.
A proposal to develop privately-owned eco-lodge villages in a Kangaroo Island national park threatens an island once considered Australia's 'Noah's Ark', local parks volunteers say.
Whale shark experts from around the world gather in Exmouth to explore the latest research and management of the world's biggest fish.
It has taken almost 20 years of campaigning from farmers and today the first post of a new $11 million wild dog fence in WA has been driven into the ground.
Visitor numbers at one of Australia's most remote tourist destinations are expected to soar once its notoriously rough 4WD track is sealed, prompting calls to protect it.
The Landcare movement has the ability to unite farmers and environmentalists, but it hasn't received much attention in an election campaign infatuated with climate change.
As development and density reaches capacity in Sydney, purchasing the empty skies above heritage sites remains one of the few avenues for developers to expand their properties.
Ocean lover Adam Western was sick of picking up Mentos mint wrappers from his favourite beach so he decided it was time somebody challenged the global confectionery company.
A search for submerged shipping containers in the North Sea leads maritime historians to the find of a century — a 1540 shipwreck that holds clues about the transition from medieval boats to the Dutch golden age.
A population of eastern quolls in Mulligans Flat Sanctuary near Canberra has reared enough teenagers that they are being caught and transferred to a breeding program at Mt Rothwell in Victoria.