Ahead of the Easter long weekend, Parks Victoria is closing additional high-visitation parks to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Parks Victoria has closed an additional five high-visitation sites on its estate to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
At the direction of the Victorian Chief Health Officer, Parks Victoria has closed major historic sites in parks and reserves across Victoria until further notice.
At the direction of the Chief Health Officer of Victoria, Parks Victoria has closed all designated campgrounds and accommodation throughout all parks and reserves across Victoria from midnight on 25 March 2020 until further notice.
Parks Victoria will be undertaking a conservation program during Autumn to protect the unique natural features of Mount Napier State Park, near Hamilton.
Parks Victoria will be closing accommodation and camping at Tidal River within Wilsons Promontory National Park from Sunday 22 March, and limiting the number of day visitors to the national park from Monday 23 March 2020.
Licensed Tour Operators currently offering rock climbing and abseiling at Summerday Valley in the national park can now continue doing so for another three months after receiving an extension to their licences.
In line with the advice of the Victorian Chief Health Officer, Parks Victoria has implemented new public safety measures to protect visitors, volunteers, customers and staff in response to coronavirus (COVID-19).