Fraser Island, off the coast of Queensland is the only place in the world with a population of pure dingos, but some authorities say they're in trouble with their numbers declining.
The Swan Valley, north east of Perth, is a productive area with orchards and vineyards. But as the suburbs expand, houses, shops and schools are also part of the landscape.
Dr Maarten Stapper is a man with some fascinating ideas on how to manage our land better. He is unconventional, stubborn and difficult.
This program is about an unlikely alliance between a GP, a group of oyster farmers and a Sydney scientist.
Located 4,000 km south west of Australia in the freezing waters of the sub-Antarctic is an active volcanic island sheathed in massive glaciers.
On 7th February 2009, Australia suffered its worst peacetime disaster.
Island Life is a six-part series exploring some of Australia's most remarkable islands - from the Tropics to the Antarctic – and the interaction of their human and animal inhabitants.
Wacky, wild and full of wonder, Kids in the Garden, is a colourful new series for 8 -12 year olds which inspires kids to get their hands dirty.
This stunning DVD captures a once in a generation event – the flooding of Lake Eyre and the dramatic transformation of the dead heart of Australia.
Frances Bodkin, known to many as "Aunty Fran" is a 76 year old D’harawal woman from the south of Sydney.
There are more lizards in Australia than any other continent on earth and most of these are found in Australia's lizard capital - the spinifex sandplains of the arid Centre.
Robert Hughes presents an insight into the work of Joseph Banks, the botanist who accompanied Captain James Cook on his first voyage of circumnavigation.
For more than a century the hamlet of Yarloop, in the south of Western Australia, has lived off the bounty of its soil.
Australia might be riding on the coal miner's back but it seems many Australians are paying a terrible price for the mineral export boom.
On the eve of the government's release of its controversial climate change legislation, reporter Liz Jackson investigates the relentless lobbying campaign conducted by environmentalists and in
Almost daily, the barrackers for nuclear power notch up a small new victory.
We explore the Snowy Scheme both as an engineering wonder and an epic human saga.
A lot of what you are about to hear is upsetting and part of you will want to stop listening and change the channel.
The man who loves frogs is Mike Tyler, an Adelaide scientist.