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Darwin’s residents and visitors possess a wealth of knowledge about the natural aspects of the city. This understanding, and often long-lived experience, is rarely reported in the scientific literature or available when management decisions are made. We’re interested in hearing what you know about Darwin’s animals, plants and habitats.
Extreme heat and poor air quality from bushfire smoke can lead to illness and even death. Darwin has a hot tropical climate and many landscape fires in the dry season. It’s important to understand how very hot weather and smoky conditions can be best managed to protect your health and wellbeing.