Plains-wanderer habitat in northern Victoria has improved so significantly that volunteers have recorded the best fauna survey results in the reserve’s recent history.
Cultural heritage sites in the Wimmera River Heritage Park have been demarcated from visitor areas, ensuring they are protected as visitors and camping return to the area.
From 1 June 2020, Parks Victoria will welcome visitors back to stay at all 1,348 camping and accommodation sites in Victoria’s parks, in line with the latest requirements to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Victorian Government is committed to protecting Victoria’s biodiversity, ensuring it is healthy, valued and actively cared for.
Most Parks Victoria managed reserves, parks, beaches and historic places have reopened today for day visitors, while some sites remain closed to comply with physical distancing measures to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Federal Court of Australia has today delivered its judgement in the case between Parks Victoria and the Australian Brumby Alliance (ABA), ruling in favour of Parks Victoria.
Parks Victoria is one step closer to realising the community’s vision for the Yallock-Bulluk Marine and Coastal Park with the launch of a new online forum, which is inviting community members to share their ideas and insights for the park.
Potential deposits of calcine sands have been identified at the Moonlight-cum-Magdala and Oriental Mine Company Historic Areas, in Stawell.
An ongoing conservation program controlling feral goats will be undertaken across several parks and reserves in the Mallee from 20 to 26 April 2020.