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Four wheel drive clubs lend a hand in the Western Alps

To ensure safe travel for four-wheel drive visitors, Parks Victoria, Mansfield Alpine Four-Wheel Drive Club and Wangaratta Four Wheel Drive Club reunited with a sense of partnership and teamwork for the annual track clearing weekend held over the recent long weekend in the Western Alps section of the Alpine National Park.

Protecting Mitchell River Silt Jetties from erosion

To ensure visitors and the community can enjoy the iconic and naturally formed Mitchell River Silt Jetties at Eagle Point on the Gippsland Lakes for generations to come, this month Parks Victoria is undertaking erosion prevention works.

A rare glimpse into the past and beneath the sea

For the month of November, the local community and visitors are invited to a free pop-up installation of artefacts recovered from shipwrecks along the infamous Shipwreck Coast at the historic Rocket Shed building in Port Campbell.

Conservation program to protect native vegetation in Mount Mittamatite

Parks Victoria has undertaken a successful conservation program designed to contribute to habitat restoration and predator management in the Mount Mittamatite Regional Park and Flora Reserve and is one step closer to eradicating feral goats as a result of a recent aerial control program.

Parks Victoria protects habitat around Kyneton and Castlemaine

As part of a crackdown on illegal tree felling and removal within parks and reserves, last month Parks Victoria Authorised Officers and Victoria Police seized equipment and will lay charges for offences around the Kyneton and Castlemaine areas.

Temporary closures in Mallee national parks for conservation programs

For four months from Monday 28 October, sections of Murray Sunset, Hattah-Kulkyne and Wyperfeld national parks will be temporarily closed at times while park conservation programs are underway.

Port Campbell Creek Pedestrian Bridge works update

Works are on schedule for the Port Campbell Creek Pedestrian Bridge as the project enters the next critical phase in the construction program with the commencement of installing the piles that will support the bridge structure today.

Getting hands on at Wyperfeld National Park

Local students and visitors to Wyperfeld National Park are benefitting from an education program taking place in the park which sees the pupils spending one day a week out of the classroom doing practical tasks in nature and improving accessibility to the area.

Community invited to join Warby-Ovens National Park Advisory Group

Parks Victoria is inviting interested community members to apply for a position on the new Warby-Ovens National Park Advisory Group to actively contribute to park management decisions.

Wildlife Waterhole reborn with support from Lara District Community Bank and the Lions Club of Lara

A wetland habitat for birds at Serendip Sanctuary has been rejuvenated following a $27,000 contribution from Lara District Community Bank and the Lions Club of Lara.

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