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The six big health benefits of birdwatching

New studies have shown birdwatching is a fun and easy way to improve mental wellbeing, while getting close to some feathered friends in the process.

Partnership to deliver sensory garden at Serendip Sanctuary

An all-abilities sensory garden will be created at Serendip Sanctuary following a sponsorship by CDC Victoria, CMV Truck & Bus, and Volvo Bus Australia.

Meet alpine Ranger Jo Durrant

Jo Durrant has worked as a Parks Victoria ranger for six years. Read about her day-to-day duties and passions, including working to conserve the southern Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby.

Gardens that awaken your senses

Sensory gardens offer visitors a whole new way to experience nature up close by seeing, smelling, hearing, feeling and even tasting the natural world around them.

Plan released for new Melbourne park

A plan has been released to turn former freeway reserve in Melbourne's east into a new 35-hectare park.

Accommodation boost for busy Wilsons Prom

In-demand Wilsons Promontory National Park is set to benefit from new accommodation, with UWOOD Projects appointed to design and build some new cabins at Tidal River.

At the top of the world and nowhere to go?

Human-induced climate change has arrived on Victoria’s doorstep. With a possible four-degree rise in average temperature slated for 2100 by the IPCC (the world’s most authoritative body on this topic), it begs the question: what does the future look like for the Victorian alps, and for animals like the Alpine stonefly?

Rebuild on way for popular Prom hike

The popular Sealers Cove boardwalk in Wilsons Promontory National Park will be fully rebuilt and upgraded, reconnecting the cove’s golden sands to the Tidal River campground.

Six parks to take the kids to these school holidays

Looking to get into nature with the kids during the school holidays? From all-abilities playscapes to accessible toilets and picnic areas, we've rounded up some of our favourite urban parks to visit with your loved ones this spring.

Back from the dead and back again? A Mountain Pygmy Possums tail

The Mountain Pygmy Possum has an incredible story to tell. It was initially known to western science as a few fragmentary fossils in 1894, but on a frosty morning in August of 1966, the unthinkable happened; a chance discovery brought the fossils back to life. Now, the race is on to bring this critically endangered species back from the brink of extinction.

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