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Delivery Partners

ClimateWatch is grateful to our delivery partners for their invaluable support.

Atlas of Living Australia Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)

The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) funded the development of the pilot ClimateWatch recording system and is providing support for data validation. The ALA is a collaborative, national project focused on making information on Australia's biodiversity more accessible and useable online. It is a joint project between CSIRO, state herbaria and museums, the Australian Government Departments of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (DEWHA) and Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), and two Australian universities.

The Australian Museum  The Australian Museum

The Australian Museum has been working closely with ClimateWatch, providing scientific and technical advice to facilitate and support outcomes for citizen science and associated educational programs.

Australian Network for Plant Conservation

Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC)
The mission of the ANPC is to promote and develop plant conservation in Australia. The Network has a keen interest in the ClimateWatch program and the information that it will collect.


Birds Australia

Birds Australia
Birds Australia has a number of common goals with ClimateWatch and an interest in collecting indicator species data through its membership.

Botanic Gardens of Australia and New Zealand Council


Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand Council (BGANZ)
Earthwatch and BGANZ plan to facilitate ClimateWatch activities within the gardens communities and raise awareness of phenology through gardens education programs.


Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria

Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH)
The CHAH aims to promote a better understanding of botany and will share knowledge, resources and data related to the ClimateWatch program with Earthwatch Australia.



CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology have entered into a collaborative partnership to establish the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research. The Centre aims to deliver innovative and world class research of benefit to the Australian community, industry and society, and has an interest in the data that will be collected through ClimateWatch.


Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (DSEWPaC)

The Australian Biological Resources Study program within the Parks Australia Division of the department will work with Earthwatch Australia to increase awareness and relationships of Australia’s biota and taxonomy through ClimateWatch.

The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust 

The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust is responsible for the management and stewardship of the Royal Botanic Garden, the Domain, the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan and the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah.  ClimateWatch has established trails in the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney and the Australian Botanic Garden in Mt. Annan.

Australian Association for Environmental Education Western Australia

The AAEEWA manages Turtle Watch, a citizen science program based in WA to monitor Oblong Turtles (Chelodina oblonga).  

Parks Victoria

Parks Victoria manages approximately 17% of Victoria. Parks Victoria and Earthwatch Australia have partnered on a number of projects, the latest of which is ClimateWatch.

NSW Education and communities


Environmental and Zoo Education Centres NSW

The New South Wales Education and Communities Environmental and Zoo Education Centre network is made up of 25 centres across the state. ClimateWatch works closely with many of these centres, developing ClimateWatch trails and building education resources.


Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

The Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens have been involved with ClimateWatch for several years, providing scientific advice and coordinating a ClimateWatch trail in the Gardens.


Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Perth

The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority is a Western Australian State Government authority that manages parks and gardens in the Perth region. ClimateWatch works closely with Friend of Kings Park, who maintain the four ClimateWatch trails in the urban park.