Construction of new visitor access trails and a viewing area at the ‘Blowhole’ in Hepburn Regional Park will commence next month.
Around 100 people from Natimuk and the local community attended an information session on Wednesday night to learn about the rich Aboriginal cultural heritage at Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park.
Parks Victoria Rangers are encouraging people to be aware of upcoming changes to where recreation activities can take place in Belfast Coastal Reserve.
An estimated 260,000 people visited the Twelve Apostles during December 2019, the highest monthly amount since traffic counters were installed in 2015.
Parks Victoria is deeply saddened by the death of a Forest Fire Management Victoria (FFMV) firefighter and Parks Victoria staff member in active duty in East Gippsland on 11 January 2020, Bill Slade.
This summer locals and visitors to Victoria can learn about the habitats and wildlife of the Western Volcanic Plains by participating in one of Parks Victoria’s free guided tours at Serendip Sanctuary hosted by a Volunteer Park Guide.
The annual program is underway to reduce the risk of bushfires to communities living in Melbourne’s urban fringe suburbs.
Parks Victoria wishes to advise visitors that recent vehicle restrictions to Point Hicks Lighthouse from the Thurra River campground have been lifted.
Parks Victoria has completed the first section of works ahead of schedule on an $8.6 million project to upgrade the sewage and water services at the Twelve Apostles Visitor Centre in the Port Campbell National Park.
Construction works on the Port Campbell Creek Pedestrian Bridge will cease on-site over the summer peak visitation period before recommencing on 3 February 2020 .