Parks near me...

Looking for a park near you? Or maybe you’re planning a holiday and looking for ways to get into nature? You’ve come to the right place! Find national, state, regional, coastal, marine parks and more across Victoria.

From stunning beaches to bays, lakes and rivers, mountain peaks, rugged bushlands, tall forests and urban parks — explore Victoria's diverse landscapes.

Two people walking along a wide path surrounded by trees and undergrowth at RJ Hamer Arboretum

Parks near the Dandenong and Yarra Ranges

Not too far from Melbourne, the Dandenong and Yarra Ranges region of cool temperate rainforest are perfect for discovering cascading waterfalls, picturesque picnic spots and incredible views. Explore by car on a scenic drive, try one of the many walks or jump on your mountain bike.

A woman enjoys a cup of tea while sat at a picnic table infront of her tent at Bunga Arm Campsite in the Gippsland Lakes.

Parks near East Gippsland

This eastern-most region of Victoria is truly spectacular. East Gippsland boasts nine national parks, and you’ll love exploring them all. Discover rugged coastlines and towering forests. Visit Australia’s largest lake system or plan an alpine escape. Which adventure will you choose in East Gippsland?

Parks near Goldfields

Take a trip back in time on a visit to the Goldfields. In our parks, you’ll find evidence of days gone by. The parks have many stories to tell, with remnants of the gold mining era waiting to be discovered.

A women in a blue jacket walks through the heath on the cliffs above the Twelve Apostles.

Parks near the Great Ocean Road

Driving along the Great Ocean Road is one of Victoria’s most iconic experiences. When you stop to take in the sights, don’t miss the opportunity to explore a little further and get into nature.

A women stands on a mud flat near the Sorrento Foreshore.

Parks near Mornington Peninsula

Surfers, divers, and holidaymakers alike flock to the beaches of the Mornington Peninsula. However, there’s plenty of other places beyond the beach to get into nature in this region. In the Mornington Peninsula's parks and reserves, you'll find places with incredible views. Discover wildlife on land and under the water. There’s plenty of history to be found here too, from forts to lighthouses and mansions.

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