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BioNet

Uniting technology with the vast collection of information on biodiversity in NSW, BioNet is a valuable database open to any user. From individual plant sightings to detailed scientific surveys, it offers a wealth of knowledge about ecology and threatened species in NSW. 

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BioNet functions as a ‘living archive’, constantly growing and changing as new information is added by scientists, NSW National Parks representatives, and members of the public. The information available on BioNet is used for many different purposes. For example, information on threatened species is utilised by the Saving Our Species program, while notes on fires are harnessed by the Rural Fire Service when managing wildfires and hazard reduction programs.

Have you ever wondered if the endangered long-nosed bandicoot has been found in your area? You can use BioNet to discover local wildlife - and log sightings to help improve the comprehensibility of plant and animal data. An online search tool also offers glimpses of wildlife distribution in NSW national parks.

BioNet is valuable for conservation, fire management, planning and regulation, or for anybody who is curious to learn more about our natural environment.

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Sunset over Kinchega National Park. Photo: John Spencer