Landforms and landscapes Defining Moments
Right from the very first landing in 1788, British colonisers have tried to change landforms and landscapes of Australia, often to accommodate the introduced plants and animals they brought with them.
What impacts have these changes had?
Here are four Defining Moments case studies to help you explore this idea.
A carpet of grey across the nation — releasing rabbits
The plant that took over Queensland — prickly pear and Cactoblastis cactorum
Can we solve the poo problem? Cows and dung beetles
The toad that came to stay — cane toads