In this website the content is tailored for a general
audience. It features general overviews of NRM issues in north
Australia and like the earlier site is organized around a series of
major NRM topics such as fire, weeds, feral animals, grazing and
native plants and animals which are in turn treated at different
scales from global, to whole of north Australia, and sub-regions.
Unlike the earlier site, however, the new site has a greater
emphasis on the people who make a living from NRM with topics on
Indigenous caring for country, pastoralism, conservation
management, tourism etc.
The site takes advantage of its links with the broad range of
researchers and land managers through the Tropical Savannas CRC
– and with its links with the Land Manager, NAFI and Dynasav
websites – to present the latest information on NRM and the
people who manage the north.
While it is designed for a broad general audience – a
particular focus is on providing an information resource for
schools and it will be linked with the Environorth website
To visit the site, click on "Savanna Explorer" in the menu at