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Iconic Murray River Adventure Trail one step closer

Tenders are now being sought to plan and design a section of the new Murray River Adventure Trail - a long-distance walking, cycling and water-based adventure trail along the Murray River.

Playscape and walking track plans for Wattle Park move forward

Plans for a new playspace and walking and running track at Wattle Park are progressing, with Parks Victoria now seeking tender submissions for the construction of these new exciting features at the Burwood park.

Upgrade works are kicking off at Cardinia Reservoir Park

Visitors to Cardinia Reservoir Park will soon enjoy upgraded facilities at the park, with works starting in October on improvement works as part of the Urban Parks Active Wellbeing program.

Community urged to collect timber responsibly

Parks Victoria is reminding people gathering firewood to ensure they only collect from legal collection areas in the open season or risk fines and prosecution, after two recent cases of illegal firewood take in the east of the state.

Enjoy some of the best camping and walking trails in Eastern Victoria

The sunny days and brighter evenings of springtime are here, so it's time to cast off your winter coats and scarves and get some sun on that skin as you get back out into the great outdoors. We've asked our very own Ranger Bridget and Ranger Gerard to tell us about some of the best camping and walking trails in Victoria's spectacular east.

Using fire to restore habitat at Wilsons Prom

Over millions of years of adaptation, the heathlands and coastal grassy woodlands at Wilsons Promontory National Park have come to rely on fire to stay healthy.

Your favourite Melbourne parks have fascinating pasts and exciting futures

A visit to urban parks can offer a glimpse into Melbourne’s past, from the buildings that remain to the variety of native plants and their unique conservation values. Journey through time in some of our urban parks and discover the exciting developments that will allow future generations to keep enjoying these parks.

Enjoy Western Victoria this spring

With the start of daylight savings, it really feels like spring has arrived. Waterfalls are flowing and wildflowers are on spectacular display across Victoria’s west. So, for those in regional Victoria who can travel, it’s the perfect time to dust off the tent and explore a little bit deeper into nature.

Melbourne cyclists will ride further with Bay Trail extension to Point Cook Coastal Park

Plans are underway to extend the Bay Trail in Melbourne's west from Sanctuary Lakes to Point Cook Coastal Park.

New accommodation on the way for Cape Conran Coastal Park

Bushfire recovery at Cape Conran Coastal Park is progressing with the engagement of a Gippsland-based construction company to rebuild accommodation within the park.

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