What’s So Wonderful About Australian Native Wasps?
Every creature matters in its own wonderful way, and native wasps are no exception. But in case you need convincing Katrina Germein and Suzanne Houghton will delight, surprise and woo you too in their picture book Wonderful Wasps.
We’re for Open Access
We've been publishing journals since 1948, but a lot has changed since then; including the move towards Open Access research.
Whitley Awards 2022: Celebrating Australasian zoological literature
The Whitley Awards recognise the best of Australasian zoological literature. This year we are thrilled to announce that Australian Deserts: Ecology and Landscapes by Steve Morton has been awarded the prestigious Whitley Medal.
Best Birdwatching Sites in Australia for Fledgling Bird Nerds
Keen to try birdwatching but not sure where to start? The authors of The Compact Australian Bird Guide have you covered with this list of great birdwatching spots across Australia.
Swoop Right Into Our Hearts: Four reasons to love magpies
There are plenty of reasons to barrack for this black and white Australian icon.
Quiz: How To Survive on Mars
Are you ready to become a Martian? Test yourself to see whether you truly know enough about how to survive on Mars!
‘Name the Birds You Meet’: Leach’s Bird Book and birdwatching in Australia
Did you know Australia's first bird guide was published in 1911? Field guides have been an inspiration for nature-lovers in this country ever since.
On the Slime Trail with Dr John Stanisic – The Snail Whisperer
Prepare to fall in love with Australian native land snails. Just like the snails themselves, you’ll be all gooey inside after Dr John Stanisic has shared his insights on these often overlooked, but environmentally important invertebrates.
Six reasons to use Double Helix magazine in your classroom
Many teachers are already using Double Helix as a classroom resource to engage their students – are you one of them?