A gentle and inclusive way to see, smell, touch and hear nature, in Ballarat’s Woowookarung Regional Park.
The powerful storm of June 2021 caused considerable damage to parks and reserves across central Gippsland. After almost $1.4 million of recovery works funded by a Treasury Advance, most parks and popular outdoor destinations are back open and ready for visitors.
As the spring days grow longer with more sunlight, vibrant wildflowers are lighting up parks across Victoria. Learn about the stunning flowers in bloom at Gariwerd.
Building connections with nature and each other through outdoor recreation.
Many peak season camping bookings for 2022-23 open on 6 September so be sure to book your spot!
Divers are giving the Yarra in Melbourne's CBD a deep clean as part of Parks Victoria’s four-year Maintenance Dredging Program.
Visitors will soon enjoy safe visitor access to Princess Margaret Rose Cave and upgraded camping and visitor facilities in Lower Glenelg National Park.
The community now has a chance to provide feedback on draft designs for the extended Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing track.
Families and communities in Melbourne’s east have extensive new parklands to look forward to, with the appointment of AECOM to design the development of a 35-hectare stretch currently known as the Healesville Freeway Reserve.