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Plenty to celebrate for Friends of the Prom

The Friends of the Prom have plenty to celebrate this year with a record amount of funding for Wilsons Prom and record-breaking milestone for one special Friend.

People of all abilities can now explore Kinglake National Park

People of all abilities can now enjoy the beautiful sights and sounds of Kinglake National Park like never before with the help of an all-terrain wheelchair called a TrailRider.

Helping people with low vision or blindness to explore Jells Park

Parks Victoria has worked with Guide Dogs Victoria to add Jells Park to the growing list of destinations across Melbourne in the BlindSquare app for people with low vision or blindness.

Supporting the recovery of the Mountain Pygmy-possum

In the Alpine National Park, adjacent to Mountain Pygmy-possum habitat, Parks Victoria has been working with Mount Hotham and Falls Creek Alpine Resorts over a number of years to undertake fox and feral cat monitoring and trapping.

Meet some of Victoria's unique marine life

Marine national parks and sanctuaries exist to protect Victoria’s unique and diverse marine ecosystem, and the many plants and animals that live in them. Meet some of the marine life that these parks protect.

7 unexpected things found in our parks

When you think of Victoria’s parks, the first things that comes to mind are probably found on land – mountains, trees and grassy plains. However, did you know that Parks Victoria also manages 30 marine protected areas? What you’ll find there might surprise you!

Off-road driving targeted on Warrnambool reserves

Dangerous and damaging off-road driving is the focus of patrols in coastal reserves around Warrnambool.

Explore all Warby-Ovens National Park has to offer

Right on the doorstep of Wangaratta, Warby-Ovens National Park on Yorta Yorta Country is a great place for a day trip or to camp overnight, with so much variety and something for everyone to enjoy.

Explore all Warby-Ovens National Park has to offer

Right on the doorstep of Wangaratta, Warby-Ovens National Park on Yorta Yorta Country is a great place for a day trip or to camp overnight, with so much variety and something for everyone to enjoy.

Man prosecuted and fined for vandalising State Park and cultural heritage

A Newbridge man has pleaded guilty and was sentenced in the Bendigo Magistrates’ Court for causing criminal damage in Kooyora State Park.

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