Parks Victoria has been undertaking critical works off Victoria’s far east coast to protect important breeding grounds for shorebirds.
A long-term program to weed out the invasive Ox-Eye Daisy from native alpine woodlands and grassy plains has made a dramatic impact on the health of the Alpine National Park.
Visitors to Victorian parks, forests and reserves are being urged to source firewood responsibly as a multi-agency operation works to protect wildlife habitat from the impacts of illegal wood removal.
Every year around the time of the full moon in May or June, Giant Spider Crabs gather in their thousands in the shallow waters of Port Phillip.
Every year around the time of the full moon in May or June, Giant Spider Crabs (Leptomithrax gaimardii) gather in their thousands in the shallow waters of Port Phillip.
The long-term program to improve the health of Beware Reef Marine Sanctuary is showing signs of success, with significant kelp growth observed on a recent survey.
New sections of the stunning Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park are ready to explore, with the opening of four day-hikes in the north and south of the park.
Rabbit populations remain low in the semi-arid deserts of North West Victoria. Recent results from spotlight surveys indicate a 10-year trend of low rabbit density in the surveyed parks.
Bushwalkers, horse riders and rangers have come together to clear walking tracks and horse trails in remote areas of the Southern Alps on Gunaikurnai Country.
Some of our most loved and endangered birds, animals, and plants are already benefiting from inspiring projects funded through round one of the Volunteering Innovation Fund.