We’re working to discover, enhance and sustain marine ecosystems and maximise the benefits from Australia’s marine territory.
Scientists using our research vessel Investigator are studying seafloor sediments to learn from the past so we can better predict our future.
Sharks are among Earth’s most ancient creatures. We still have lots to learn about them, but what we know from science is fin-tastic.
Our Ningaloo PhD scholars are helping us understand more about the creatures and habitats of this pristine reef system.
Our oceans are teeming with life and death. When life dies, it begins a journey that can lead to carbon being locked away in the deep ocean.
Humpback whales are on their annual migration north along the Australian coast. We've got some surprising facts for you to ponder on your whale watch.
To mark World Hydrography Day, we sound out one of our Hydrographic Surveyors, Phil Vandenbossche. Dive in to find out what his job involves.
Dr Karen Evans is providing expert advice across Australia on how everyone can get involved in the Ocean Decade.
Our world-famous atmospheric gas monitoring station is now known by the dual name of Kennaook/Cape Grim. This recognises the Aboriginal heritage of the land on which it stands.
Dr Elizabeth (Beth) Fulton is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and recognised for her pioneering marine ecosystems modelling work.
As a human geographer, Dr Bruce Taylor is an expert on how people connect to places. Let's dive into why he is so passionate about one of Australia's treasures.
Scientists have recorded largetooth sawfish in the Archer River in Queensland, offering conservation hope for one of the most endangered groups of species on the planet.
We are working with green sea turtles to provide a fast and safe way to determine the ages of individual turtles.