The Aboriginal cultural heritage of the Grampians is being better protected and recognised as part of a new agreement for tour groups operating at Summerday Valley in the national park.
Three decades of work to control the impact of rabbits in the semi-arid deserts of North West Victoria is continuing, with a recent survey showing excellent results.
Parks Victoria has completed works on a new lookout in Anglesea Heath, the first visitor facility to be built in the heathlands since it was incorporated of the Great Otway National Park.
Major works to improve environmental safeguards and ensure visitor safety around the Twelve Apostles visitor precinct will commence this month.
Parks Victoria Authorised Officers have caught a man illegally cutting trees in the Shepparton Regional Park earlier in June.
Parks Victoria is continuing to undertake vital bushfire recovery works throughout winter to get bushfire affected parks ready for spring visitation.
Parks Victoria has reopened the Razorback Bay walking trail at the Loch Ard Gorge visitor precinct in Port Campbell National Park.
Plains-wanderer habitat in northern Victoria has improved so significantly that volunteers have recorded the best fauna survey results in the reserve’s recent history.
Cultural heritage sites in the Wimmera River Heritage Park have been demarcated from visitor areas, ensuring they are protected as visitors and camping return to the area.
From 1 June 2020, Parks Victoria will welcome visitors back to stay at all 1,348 camping and accommodation sites in Victoria’s parks, in line with the latest requirements to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).