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The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment produces a number of e-newsletters. Subscribe today and keep up to date with our work and programs.

Bionet Connect cover

Connect - BioNet newsletter

Format:  HTML
Frequency: Quarterly
Content: Stay up to date on the latest news and events about biodiversity information and products managed via BioNet.

Green Globe Awards news coverGreen Globe Awards News

Format:  HTML
Frequency: Bi-monthly
Content: Stay up to date on the latest NSW Green Globe Awards news and events.

Saving our Species newsletter coverSaving our Species e-news

Format: HTML
Frequency: Quarterly
Content: Stay up to date on the latest news and events about threatened species conservation in New South Wales.

Explore coverExplore: NPWS Action on Tourism

Format: HTML
Frequency: Bi-monthly
Content: Showcases NPWS's sustainable tourism activities, profiles successful tourism products and partnerships, communicates happenings and events, tourism and visitor trends and general visitor news.

Beachwatch bulletin coverBeachwatch daily bulletins

Format: HTML
Frequency: Daily
Content: Daily bulletins provide predictions of pollution levels at Sydney's ocean and harbour beaches (Sydney Harbour, Botany Bay, Georges River and Port Hacking, Pittwater) for that day and are based on rainfall in the previous 24 to 72 hours.

Resort Round-up c overResort Roundup

Format: PDF
Frequency: 1-2 times per year
Content: A newsletter containing a range of general interest articles, updates and key contacts for issues and projects across the resorts community in Kosciuszko National Park.

Naturescapes coverNaturescapes: NSW national parks visitor newsletter

Format: HTML
Frequency: Quarterly
Content: Showcases activities, events, experiences, places and stays around NSW national parks.

Bush Matters coverBush Matters

Format: PDF
Frequency: 1-2 times per year
Content: A range of articles by and for landholders who are members of the Conservation Partners Program and have Conservation Agreement and Wildlife Refuges. Articles about vegetation management, particular plant and animal species and information on other things landholders are undertaking or can be involved in.

DustWatch coverDustWatch

Format: PDF
Frequency: Weekly
Content:  The DustWatch team uses a range of data to build a picture of dust activity and  reports monthly (subject to staff and equipment availability) on dust activity across NSW.

SoilTalk logoSoilTalk! news

Format: Email
Frequency: 1-2 times per year
Content:  Stay up to date on the latest news and events about landscapes, soils and systems in New South Wales.

Water for the environment news coverWater for the Environment News

Format: PDF
Frequency: Twice yearly
Content:  Your guide to environmental water actions and events across NSW. Includes the latest details of how much environmental water is being purchased and recovered as a result of the programs in place.

Sydney Living Museums

Frequency: Monthly
Content:  Receive the latest news, exclusive special offers and latest products related to 12 or the state's most significant museums and houses.

Taronga Conservation Society news coverTaronga Conservation Society

Format: HTML
Frequency: Monthly
Content:  Taronga's email newsletter is packed with news about what has been happening in our zoos and our broader conservation work. Keep up to date with all your favourite animals and be the first to know about upcoming events and activities at both our zoos.

Foundation and Friends

Frequency: Monthly
Content:  All the latest information on what’s happening in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan and the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah.

Centennial Parklands coverCentennial Parklands

Format: HTML
Frequency: Monthly
Content:  E-newsletters on various topics related to Centennial Parklands including what’s on, cycling group, equestrian centre, Parklands Foundation and golf.

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Western Sydney Parklands

Content:  Latest news and information about the Western Sydney Parklands, including family recreation, walking, cycling, sports, urban farming, education & conservation and Bring Back the Bush.