Projects

We're delivering millions of dollars of investment across Victoria on projects that are helping to connect people with nature, protect the state's special landscapes, and support local communities and regional economies. This is important work in supporting nature's future.

From walking trails and campgrounds to piers, lookouts and predator-proof fences, these projects are helping to future-proof the state's parks, reserves and waterways for future generations to enjoy.

Find out more about specific projects below and use the interactive map to learn about projects currently underway. The process involved in planning and delivering capital projects can be complex. Learn more about how we do this at Delivering Projects.

Project highlights

Asset regeneration program

Asset Regeneration Program

The Victorian Government is investing $24.76 million to ensure safety, compliance and improved visitor experience for assets across the Parks Victoria estate. Visitors will see works throughout 2022 and 2023 on assets including boardwalks, bridges, lookouts and playgrounds.
Altona Pier

Better piers and jetties

Parks Victoria is delivering more than $70 million in vital upgrades to several piers in Port Phillip and Western Port to make them better and safer for the future.
A view over WIlsons Prom.

Wilsons Prom Revitalisation

The Wilsons Prom Revitalisation project will invest in the protection and enhancement of Wilsons Prom. This is critical for delivering superior visitor experiences while reducing the environmental impact of visitation.
A family walking around Albert Park Lake

Urban parks

Parks and reserves play important roles in boosting the health and wellbeing of local communities across Victoria. In Melbourne, Parks Victoria is delivering improvements to urban parks to ensure they continue to support healthy communities.
An artists impression of the new Saddle Lookout

Saddle Lookout

The new Saddle Lookout at the Twelve Apostles will provide a better experience and improve accessibility while protecting the environment amid increasing visitation.
Two hikers wearing hiking bags climb a rocky track

Grampians Peaks Trail

One of the key attractions for walkers in the Grampians National Park is the Grampians Peaks Trail and the natural and cultural landscapes that it can offer.
A family camps in the Victorian bush.

Victoria's Great Outdoors

The Victorian Government is investing $105.6 million over four years in Victoria’s Great Outdoors, making it easier for more Victorians to enjoy the great outdoors with cheaper camping fees, new camping grounds, 4WD tracks and walking trails.

Projects across Victoria

Parks Victoria is involved in a large number of capital projects across the state. Click on the markers in the map below to find out more and link through to the individual project page. 

Projects by region

Find information below about projects currently underway across Victoria.
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