Volunteering with Parks Victoria can open the door to becoming a full-time Park Ranger. East Port Phillip Ranger Amanda Daw and Greater Gariwerd - Grampians Ranger Hannah Auld are just two of many rangers who have made the transition from volunteering.
Parks Victoria is excited to announce Werribee Park has received a Green Flag Award, an international honour which recognises high quality parks and green spaces around the world.
A striking symbol of Eastern Maar culture is coming to Tower Hill (Koroitj), with an artistic feature representing an eel trap to be installed within the visitor centre.
Communities in East Gippsland have an opportunity to hear about the ongoing recovery of local parks, reserves and infrastructure at an information session in November.
Humans and dogs share an incredibly close bond, but there is genuine concern that “man’s best friend” is potentially upsetting the natural balance. How do little "Bingo" and "Bluey" impact Victoria's native wildlife?
A Melbourne researcher has shown a link between children who send time playing in nature and stronger academic results, and it all depends on the type of playground at their school.
Fans of boating and fishing in Geelong and Melbourne’s west can now enjoy a new user-friendly boat ramp and jetty to access Port Phillip and Corio bays for a day on the water. The Kirk Point boat ramp, adjacent to The Spit Wildlife Reserve in Avalon, has been transformed from an old single lane ramp to a new dual-lane grooved ramp surrounded by a breakwater to provide protection from wind.
Erchana Murray-Bartlett ran 150 marathons in 150 days, all in the name of protecting our precious environment. Now she's urging everyone to get out and about and be active in nature, whether you're a marathon runner or not.
The largest marsupial carnivores on mainland Australia were thought-to-be extinct in the Grampians for over 140 years, until a camera trap flickered in the dead of the night in September 2013... What happened to the Quoll in Victoria?