Successful recipients of the Youth Volunteering for Nature Fund announced!
Tracks, trails and visitor areas at Macedon Regional Park continue to be reopened following the wild storms that hit the park in 2021.
Planned burning will close sections of the Grampians Peaks Trail and key visitor sites at short notice from March to June 2022. It is important you consider this interruption when planning your trip.
Mountain bikers can again enjoy the 13km Silvan Trails in Dandenong Ranges National Park following the recent completion of major recovery works at the storm damaged area.
No need to travel to see some of the world’s most unique underwater life. We’ve put together a list of 4 lesser-travelled snorkelling and diving spots for you to escape the city and discover an underwater world.
We’ve picked eight of the state’s most-beautiful, but least-known cliffs and rock formations for you to get that perfect landscape shot. Bold colours, dramatic formations, or beautiful lighting, each of these cliffs is a sight to behold.
It may come as a surprise, but these are the natural changing colour of some of Victoria’s lakes. These bubblegum pink lakes are a natural wonder that many will never get to see, but there are a few right here in Victoria.
This April during Citizen Science Month, we are encouraging visitors to act for nature by visiting parks and capturing photos through Parks Victoria’s Data Discovery program.
Installation is progressing on a brand new sporting pavilion for local sporting clubs at Yarra Bend.
Three new large regional parks are coming to Melbourne and we're inviting the community to have their say on the draft plans for these exciting new green open spaces in Melbourne's key growth areas.