FREE NATURE WALLPAPERS

Whether you're after scenic landscapes or your favourite animal - there's something for you to download! They're perfect for sprucing up your desktop or mobile devices, or to bring some life into your online Zoom and Teams meetings.

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Indigenous Art Series

WWF-Australia is proud to work with Indigenous artists to showcase some of Australia's iconic animals and their cultural significance.
Kamilaroi artist Teagan Malcolm's depiction of the platypus.
Kamilaroi artist Teagan Malcolm's depiction of the platypus. © Teagan Malcolm / WWF-Australia

Platypus art by Teagan Malcom

The platypus is very culturally significant to First Peoples. Known as biladurang to the Wiradjuri Peoples, this animal is one-of-a-kind and incredibly elusive.

Proud Kamilaroi woman Teagan Malcom has created this stunning Indigenous art wallpaper featuring the platypus.

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Indigenous koala art from Wiradjuri and Gundungurra artist Sarah Levett.
Indigenous koala art from Wiradjuri and Gundungurra artist Sarah Levett. © Sarah Levett / WWF-Australia

Koala art by Sarah Levett

For First Peoples, the koala’s cultural importance endures for generations through Dreaming stories, art, and spiritual beliefs inextricably tying this creature to the land.

Wiradjuri and Gundungurra artist Sarah Levett worked together with WWF-Australia to create spectacular Indigenous koala art wallpapers.

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Indigenous art depicting the glossy black cockatoo on Sky Country by Gumbaynggirr, Bundjalung and Kalkadoon artist Fileisha Laurie
Indigenous art depicting the glossy black cockatoo on Sky Country by Gumbaynggirr, Bundjalung and Kalkadoon artist Fileisha Laurie © FIleisha Laurie / WWF-Australia

Glossy black cockatoo by Fileisha Laurie

Glossy black cockatoos carry deep cultural significance for Aboriginal Australians. They feature heavily in songlines and Dreaming stories.

Gumbaynggirr, Bundjalung and Kalkadoon artist Fileisha Laurie has created unique artistic depictions of this beloved species.

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Indigenous Whale Mother and Calf Art Desktop (2560x1600)
Indigenous Whale Mother and Calf Art Desktop (2560x1600) © WWF-Australia / Beau Pennefather Motlop (IG: @beau_motlop_art)

Whales by Beau Pennefather-Motlop

Known by some Indigenous Elders as the “ancestor of the sea”, whales are totem species for numerous Indigenous language groups across the country.

Jirrbal, Wagedoegam, Ngapuhi & Scottish artist Beau Pennefather-Motlop has created this special whale art.

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Indigenous Glossy Black Cockatoo Art Wallpaper from Beau Pennefather-Motlop
Indigenous Glossy Black Cockatoo Art Wallpaper from Beau Pennefather-Motlop © WWF-Australia / Beau Pennefather Motlop (IG: @beau_motlop_art)

Glossy black cockatoo by Beau Pennefather-Motlop

Glossies features heavily in Indigenous songlines, Dreaming stories and is a vital part of many language groups’ Traditional Ecological Knowledge.

Beau Pennefather-Motlop has gifted these unique artistic depictions of this beloved species.

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