Some of Victoria’s most beautiful walks are just a short drive from Melbourne. Despite their proximity to the city, these parks are still wilderness areas and it’s important to be prepared. That’s not just about being ready for bad weather.
The thousands of people who visit Wilsons Promontory National Park each year are set for an improved welcome to Tidal River, with the busy visitor area to be upgraded.
Draft designs are ready for new walking, running and cycling trails coming to Jells Park, in Melbourne’s east.
Learn how you can propagate native plants and support nature in your own backyard.
Plans to revive a food and beverage offering at the Olinda Precinct are underway, with Parks Victoria currently seeking expressions of interest as part of works to transform the former Olinda Golf Course into 34 hectares of community parklands.
Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary is a perfect place to get closer to Victoria’s unique underwater world. Read our top tips to make the most of your visit.
This summer, visitors to Gippsland will be able to experience nature and make new family memories thanks to rebuilding and recovery efforts by Parks Victoria and partners.
Point Nepean National Park is ready to welcome its first campers, with bookings now open for a new campground within the park’s historic Quarantine Station precinct.
This summer, visiting nature will be different. Victoria’s recent flood and storm events have saturated the ground, loosened the soil and weakened the stability of trees.
From campgrounds, walks and lookouts, to a large-scale exclusion fence and storm recovery works, we’re delivering projects to help support nature’s future and get people into the great outdoors.