Biomes are communities of plants and animals that have common characteristics for the environment they exist in. They are distinct biological communities that have formed in response to a shared physical climate.
The Australian biome project is understanding how our natural environment exists and the relationships that exist within it.
The Australian Biome project is a proposed physical facility currently in the first stage of development that allows aboriginal people to share their history and in-depth knowledge while showcasing the natural environment. It is a place of immersion and inclusion of history, showcasing diverse cultural groups that exists in Western Australia and those relationships that have been forged for generations. Understanding each Biome is complex, and the Australian Biome project allows the participant to journey into these places. Each has a unique eco system showcasing climate, temperatures, humidity, plants, animals, aboriginal history and seasons Physical displays, virtual reality, holographic and pictographic imaging exhibits compliment visual media, history, film, arts, music and technology. All combining the modern gallery with a state-of-the-art experience. It is a bank of knowledge accessible to schools, institutions, tourists, historians and enthusiasts wanting to explore Western Australian biodiversity and culture within the convenience of a centralised location.