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Storm recovery progressing at Gippsland

Recovery works continue across Gippsland in the wake of multiple storm and flood events.

Improved protection for iconic heritage sites

Some of Victoria’s most celebrated historic places will be upgraded thanks to a major new package of repair and restoration works.

Breathing new life into fallen timber after storms

Exploring how fallen timber can be repurposed and potentially used elsewhere in storm impacted parks.

Connect to Country in Gariwerd this winter

This winter during NAIDOC week at the Brambuk: The National Park and Cultural Centre is hosting a range of live musical performances and cultural workshops conducted by some of Gariwerd’s most talented Traditional Owners.

Altona Pier rebuild one step closer

The rebuild for Altona Pier is one step closer with the tender for construction now released.

Storm repairs moving ahead on 1000 Steps

The re-opening of the iconic Kokoda Track Memorial Walk (1000 Steps) is another step closer.

Planning to improve outstanding Alpine walking experience continues

Parks Victoria is extending the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing walking track. It’s part of our commitment to making sure more people can enjoy the outdoors.

One year on: the challenging recovery from catastrophic storms

Extensive recovery work has been ongoing these past 12-months in the wake of last years catastrophic storms.

New lookout shaping up at Twelve Apostles

Millions of visitors to the Victoria's Shipwreck Coast on Kirrae Wurrung Country will soon enjoy a stunning new lookout perched high above the iconic Twelve Apostles.

New accommodation for the Prom

The popular Prom has more accommodation options on the way, as we deliver the $23 million Wilsons Prom Revitalisation project.

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