Did you know that feral pigs were first sighted in Victoria in 1959? Since then they have become a significant problem across the entire state, particularly in East Gippsland.
Early intervention is very important for reducing the long-term impacts of weeds to the natural environment and providing a better chance of recovery for fire-affected parks.
Not many people associate a pretty flower with a biosecurity risk, but this field of daisies is far less innocent than it looks.
Parks Victoria, in partnership with Regional Development Victoria, is inviting the public to have its say on the future of You Yangs Regional Park and Serendip Sanctuary.
Parks Victoria is inviting the public to have its say on a Draft Activation and Linkages Plan for the Tower Hill State Game Reserve.
The remarkable Aboriginal cultural landscape of the Grampians continues to be revealed, with recent rediscoveries in the national park being added to the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Register.
Temporary fencing will be installed at two historic areas in Stawell to restrict access to some sections where calcine sands are being managed.
One of the longest running conservation programs in Grampians National Park is marking its 25th year with an expansion into protecting wildlife from feral cats.
Native wildlife and unique flora severely impacted by the 2019-20 summer bushfires are being protected from a subsequent threat from feral animals, through a Parks Victoria conservation program.