Conservation and science

We look after the most important areas of habitat for Victoria's native plants and animals.

From the tops of mountains to the edges of the desert, the depths of the rainforests to the coast and beyond, we are committed to conservation in our protected areas.

Beaded Gecko in Victoria's Mallee region.

Our amazing diversity

Victoria is home to the most diverse collection of landscapes in Australia

A brush tailed phascogale clings to a dead tree limb

Biodiversity protection

Following the bushfires, work is underway to assess the extent and impact of damage to parks. Guided by science we're gathering data to understand the impacts on biodiversity for our flora and fauna.

The Heads of Port Phillip taken from Point Nepean National Park.

Conserving our parks

We are committed to conservation


Science and research

Nature is complicated and we will never know it all

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