The Torres Strait holds a unique place in the natural, cultural and social fabric of Australia.
The region’s diverse natural and cultural values, enduring Ailan Kastom and complex administrative arrangements provide both challenges and opportunities for the conservation and sustainable management of the region’s key values.
Environmental Management Arrangements
Collaborative governance and partnerships for managing Torres Strait islands and sea country
Drivers of Change
Opportunities and threats to the sustainable management of the Torres Strait environment
State of the Environment Report
Checking for change in the health of land and sea country in Torres Strait
Island Land and Sea Profiles
Supporting Torres Strait communities with environmental planning and decision-making at the local level
Land and Sea Rangers
The Torres Strait Ranger Project employs Torres Strait Islanders to look after their islands and sea country