Have a look through our native animal fact sheets and learn about some of the native mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians that live in New South Wales (NSW).
Find out about fire danger ratings and fire bans, learn how you can prepare for the bushfire season, and see how we manage fire in our parks and reserves.
These resources about climate change will help you understand the climate system, climate patterns and how we measure long-term changes in weather and climate.
Get involved in our citizen science program – join a project, meet like-minded people and learn new skills.
Check out this student project looking at the recovery of streams in the Warrumbungle National Park. A severe bushfire followed by an intense thunderstorm washed lots of sediment into these waterways. Students are helping monitor water quality and the invertebrates that live there.
Our threatened species profiles will show you what some of the threatened animals and plants in NSW look like, where they live, and why they're threatened. A good example is the mountain-pygmy possum with a valuable resource for Stage 6 students.
There are different types of parks, reserves and protected areas in NSW. Learn about the importance of wilderness, our World Heritage sites and the significant natural and cultural heritage they protect.