This year, more than ever, we’re enjoying the great outdoors, but the wet spring weather is not kind to unsealed roads and tracks in parks and reserves.
Experienced operators are invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to provide a year-round café experience within the historic Mount Buffalo Chalet.
Recent visitors to Buchan Caves Reserve may have noticed two new concrete bridges spanning Spring Creek at the Fairy Cave end of the reserve.
Parks Victoria was delighted to welcome back volunteers to the Cape Conran Coastal Park over the Melbourne Cup weekend, after having to reschedule the previous two events given the restrictions.
Parks Victoria rangers have been watching Cape Conran Coastal Park slowly transform into a mystical wonderland, all thanks to the thousands of grass trees that are now flourishing since the summer 2019/20 bushfires.
Over the past nine months, Parks Victoria staff have been on the lookout for signs of Black Cypress Pine regrowth in the Upper Murray area without success, until last month.
We want you to stay safe, so please follow these important safety tips to help look after yourself, others and our precious environment.
Spring means wildflowers are in full bloom across our parks – it’s a great time to get outdoors with your camera to take some spectacular photos. We’ve asked some passionate wildflower photographers to share their top tips, to assist you when you’re out in nature next.
Parks Victoria rangers were recently surprised to uncover some spectacular Red Beak orchids, Pyrorchis nigricans, found growing in the Cape Conran Coastal Park in East Gippsland.