Popular experiences Beaches and Coasts Rugged Bushlands Tall Forests Bays, Lakes and Rivers Mountain Peaks Urban Parks
Beaches and CoastsVenture out along Victoria's dramatic coastline and explore one of the most biodiverse and unique marine ecosystems in the world.
Rugged BushlandsEscape to virtual isolation in open, dry forests and woodlands, dry and semi-dry arid deserts or grassy plains abundant with wildflowers and wildlife.
Tall ForestsWalk under grand canopies of Mountain Ash and through lush green tall forests. See ancient mossy trees and stand under magnificent waterfalls surrounded by giant ferns.
Bays, Lakes and RiversExplore Victoria's parks from the water with a variety of inland river systems, ports made up of wide bays and stunning tranquil lakes.
Mountain PeaksClimb some of Australia’s most stunning mountain peaks, cross-country ski across alpine landscapes, escarpments and hike through grassy high plains.
Families, nature lovers and history buffs will soon have more to enjoy at Point Nepean National Park, with a campground extension, new ‘story-telling’ interpretation project, and planning for fort conservation works underway.
A new and inclusive Park Walk event for people who are blind or have low vision will take flight in Westgate Park next week. The sensory birding-by-ear walk will be led by volunteer guide Annette Leishman, who has low vision herself.
Fitness enthusiasts, nature lovers and locals in Melbourne’s north will soon enjoy more ways to get into nature at Plenty Gorge Park, with works to build the new Plenty River Trail starting this month.