Join the hunt for shark egg cases
The Great Eggcase Hunt has landed on Australian shores, calling on citizen scientists to look for egg cases underwater or washed up on beaches.
Reducing litter in Sydney Harbour
New technologies will be installed across Sydney Harbour under a pilot to prevent plastic pollution ending up in our oceans.
From larvae to livelihoods: restoring coral reefs in the Maldives
We’re working with local partners in the Maldives to develop coral restoration methods to assist with reef recovery.
The promise of seagrass pastures
Google, CSIRO and DFAT team up to support climate resilience – with help from AI.
Some fin good! Four shark facts from science
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.
Meet our Great Barrier Reef research coordinator: Dr Bruce Taylor
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.
Welcome visitor to purge sea spurge
Have you ever heard of sea spurge? It's bad news for our southern beaches and we're calling on you to help control its spread.
Meet our coral spawning researcher: Lauren Hardiman
Lauren Hardiman saw one of nature’s rare events- coral spawning - at one of Australia’s most iconic locations.
Seaweed pressing at the beach this summer
Seaweed pressing is a serious science and a hobby you can do at the beach. Our algae researcher Dr Anusuya Willis shows us how.
Meet Dr Julie Janssens: hydrochemist of the high seas
Dr Julie Janssens is sailing far and wide to support research that helps us better understand our oceans.
Outlining the risk for Aussie shark extinction
A new action plan assesses the extinction risk for Australian sharks making it easier to protect them.