Rabbit populations remain low in the semi-arid deserts of North West Victoria. Recent results from spotlight surveys indicate a 10-year trend of low rabbit density in the surveyed parks.
Bushwalkers, horse riders and rangers have come together to clear walking tracks and horse trails in remote areas of the Southern Alps on Gunaikurnai Country.
Some of our most loved and endangered birds, animals, and plants are already benefiting from inspiring projects funded through round one of the Volunteering Innovation Fund.
Visitors are once again welcome to tour the Fairy Cave and access the majority of the walking tracks at Buchan Caves Reserve, thanks to months of hard work by Gunaikurnai Joint Management Rangers, Parks Victoria staff and contractors.
The next stage in the management and assessment of calcine sands at two historic areas in Stawell will commence this month.
Autumn is a fantastic time of year to visit our parks. As the leaves turn, you’ll be surrounded by stunning displays of colour. Visit these parks to get that perfect snap of autumn leaves.
A new Camping and Access Strategy for Lake Tyers State Park has been finalised, detailing the approach to protect the park’s cultural and environmental values while improving facilities and opportunities for the Gunaikurnai community and park visitors.
Getting out into nature with young children is great for everyone’s wellbeing. With the little one strapped into the pram they can learn about nature and discover many of the beautiful places around Melbourne and across Victoria.
While dogs aren’t allowed in our national and state parks, there’s still plenty of great places you can get into nature with your pooch. So, grab a lead and a handful of treats, whistle up the dog and head for the park.
Just because darkness is falling doesn’t means parks aren’t great places to experience, as long as it’s done safely. In fact, there are some special experiences to be had in parks at dusk or after dark.