Ready to discover the natural beauty of our Autumn Unseen Places? This rugged retreat into the wilderness can easily be found in central Victoria. At Greater Bendigo National Park, you’re rewarded with landscapes that celebrate our native bushland and so close to a major regional town.
Go deeper into nature and see the unseen. Victoria’s variety of landscapes offer so many interesting and diverse parks that are guaranteed to help you feel refreshed and connected to nature. Mount Buangor State Park, on Eastern Maar Country in central west Victoria has deep, lush forests, rugged slopes and mountain peaks.
Sightings of the endangered Southern Brown Bandicoot have provided further encouragement for Park Rangers about the health of native animal habitat in the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park.
Sections of some Mallee parks will be temporarily closed to complete feral goat control between 15 and 20 March 2021.
There will be no access to Triplet Falls and Little Aire Falls in the Great Otway National Park during most of March while essential roadworks are completed.
Werribee Park’s heritage-listed mansion and sprawling gardens usually feature as an opulent backdrop for a packed calendar of festivals and weddings.
To make it easier for people with limited mobility to see the accessible experiences on offer in parks around the state, Parks Victoria has released the first in a series of ten short videos.
This summer has been one of the best breeding seasons on record for Hoodies on the Mornington Peninsula so it looks like our protection work is having a positive impact.
If you’re looking for the best places to see underwater ecosystems and encounter marine wildlife, look no further! We’ve rounded up some of the best ways to explore marine protected areas. So, pack your togs, wetsuit, a mask and snorkel and head to the coast!
Visitors to parks and reserves are urged to respect the natural environment and only obtain firewood from legal sources to prevent destruction of native habitat.