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Australian Biome Project is a proposed facility designed in the form of four geodesic domes currently in the first stage of development. The project commenced on 31st May 2018. It's purpose is to promote Aboriginal culture and a platform for Aboriginal People to share their history, culture and in depth knowledge while showcasing the natural environment. Based on Geodesic design, the structures showcase an immersion of diverse habitats and Biota that exist in Western Australia. Australian Biome Project will encourage schools, institutions, tourists, historians and enthusiasts to explore Western Australian biodiversity and culture within the convenience and safety of a centralised location. Participants can journey into these unique biota without the need to travel the distances to access remote, sometimes inaccessible environments. Each has a unique eco system showcasing climate, humidity, plants, animals, aboriginal history and seasons. The experiences are delivered via the use of custom QLED displays, virtual reality, holographic and pictographic technologies. Connecting galleries will display media, history, film, arts, music and technology and will be showcased within the dome structures. The Burswood Peninsula in Perth, Western Australia has been suggested as the proposed site for construction to begin in 2020- 2021.

Australian Biome Project will help promote United Nations Sustainibility Goals Achieve gender equality, social inclusion, and human rights for all.
Empower inclusive, productive, and resilient cities.
Transform governance and technologies for sustainable development.
equality between Men and Women.
​Freedom from Discrimination and Persecution. Have programs to recognize our diversity and celebrate our differences. Make use of public art to celebrate differences as well as our common humanity. Promote programs and services that help people of the community get to know each other and learn about each other’s cultural backgrounds.
Provide forums for discussion of cultural differences, literary works, art traditions etc. that would enhance understanding and acceptance.
Recognize and celebrate diverse faiths as we consider how to live with compassion.
Remove barriers to participation in the community by providing translations for people who do not speak the native language well.
Reach out compassionately to immigrant groups (and any new neighbours) to welcome them and help them adjust to a new environment.
​Environment is the surrounding or conditions in which a person,
animal or plant lives or operates. The setting or conditions in which a particular activity is carried on. The natural world as a whole, or in a particular geographical area,  especially as affected by human activity.
​Environmental is the relationship to the natural world and the impact
of human activity on its condition. relating to, or arising from a persons surroundings.
​Sustainable is able to be maintained at a certain rate or level.
Conserving an ecological balance by avoiding depletion of natural resources.
causing little or no damage to the environment and therefore able to continue
for a long time.
means the rate of renewable resource harvest,
pollution creation and non renewable resource
depletion that can be continued indefinitely.
When Humanity lives within its limits of Earths Biocapacity.
Biocapacity is the capacity of an area to provide adequate
resources to sustain all existing lifeforms and absorb their waste.

Nature’s gifts to our planet are the millions of species that we know and love, and many more that remain to be discovered. Unfortunately, human beings have irrevocably upset the balance of nature and, as a result, the world is facing the greatest rate of extinction since we lost the dinosaurs more than 60 million years ago. But unlike the fate of the dinosaurs, the rapid extinction of species in our world today is the result of human activity.
The unprecedented global destruction and rapid reduction of plant and wildlife populations are directly linked to causes driven by human activity: climate change, deforestation, habitat loss, trafficking and poaching, unsustainable agriculture, pollution and pesticides to name a few. The impacts are far reaching.
If we do not act now, extinction may be humanity’s most enduring legacy.

The Australian Biome project urgently needs your support to sign this petition, presenting a true and accurate voice of the people of Western Australia. It is our aim to show that this is a project of global importance which needs the support of Governments and organisations and will be driven by Western Australians and people across the world, who choose to stand together for immediate action in the development of this worthwhile project.