Resources available here: https://www.decadeonrestoration.org/resources
Find plants for a given postcode or obtain more information about a plant. Plant selector
This is a national citizen science project designed to collect, record and share scientific information about Australian native orchids. After two years of development, testing and collaboration between citizen scientists, orchid enthusiasts and scientists, the WOW app is ready to use! You can access it on your mobile device here: https://www.app.wildorchidwatch.org
Wild Orchid Watch Australia is a project within iNaturalist and all photos and data collected using the WOW app will be stored, collated and identified on the iNaturalist platform. If you already have an iNat account you can use it to log in to the WOW app, and if not it is very easy to create one. For guidance on signing up and getting the most out of the WOW app please see the WOW App Instuctional Videos on the website.Frequently-asked questions about the WOW app are answered here: https://www.wildorchidwatch.org/faqs
You can also follow WOW on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube.
Grow Me Instead http://www.ngisa.com.au/publications/grow-me-instead
Bugs n Slugs have been committed to providing hands-on invertebrate and nature education for schools, kindergartens, universities, community groups, public events and cultural institutes in South Australia since 2002.
If you only have time for a cursory look at this new site, which has been created by Peter Lang, check out:
Frog Watch SA ( https://www.frogwatchsa.com.au/ ) fills a gap left by previous citizen science frog survey programs. It uses new technologies, is community driven and covers as much of South Australia as possible throughout the year.