Australia’s Virtual Herbarium (AVH) provides web-based access to a federation of Australia’s 6 million plant specimen records held in major herbaria across the country, and makes them available over the internet to researchers and the public.
The Australian Botanic Gardens Forum is the internet site for the Council of Heads of Australian Botanic Gardens (CHABG) representing the Directors of Australia's major botanic gardens.
Portal site for Australian plants, botany and horticulture information. Includes information about Australian plants, databases of Australian plants and Australia-wide botanical gardens information.
The Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research (CANBR) includes the Australian National Herbarium. These are jointly managed by CSIRO and the Director of National Parks with strong links to the Australian National Botanic Gardens.
The Council of Heads of Australian Herbaria (CHAH) comprises those administratively responsible for the major Australian Herbaria with the aim of promoting all matters of interest to herbaria in Australia and to increase cooperation and understanding between herbaria.
FloraBank aims to improve the availability and quality of native seed for revegetation and conservation purposes in Australia. We want people to be better informed and able to collect, store and use native seed efficiently and responsibly.
FungiBank improves the availability of information about Australia's rich resource bank of native fungi. It provides information on the benefits of incorporating native fungi into revegetation and advice on sourcing and propagating native fungi.
The Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts' Invasive species home page - includes information on major invasive species in Australia and plans for their control.
iPhone, iPad and Android - Assists growers in identifying the most common, annual, biennial and perennials weeds in Southern Australia.
Weeds Australia is an Australian Weeds Committee site promoting key weed policies, regulations, current issues, national initiatives, research, extension training and personnel.
Invasive weeds are among the most serious threats to Australia's natural environment and primary production industries. The Weeds in Australia web site will help gardeners, farmers and landscapers find information about identifying and managing weeds.