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 animal-exclusion 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 currently in progress and completed, how we deliver projects, and project news and highlights below.
Latest project news
Exciting upgrades at Jells Park
From all-abilities playscapes, shared-use trails and new picnic facilities, a number of improvements are being made at Jells Park.
Buchan Caves Reserve flood recovery update
Initial recovery and clean-up works are underway at Buchan Caves Reserve following an extreme flooding event on Boxing Day.
A new all-abilities wonderland for Wattle Park
A new all-abilities playscape, walking and running track, and upgraded picnic area are now open.
Chelsea Australian Garden at Olinda now open
A new native Australian garden has been built at the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden on Wurundjeri Country.
How we deliver projects
From scoping and planning a project and collaborating with key stakeholders when forming a design, to procuring contractors and construction, the process involved in delivering capital projects can be complex.
Recently completed projects
Parks Victoria is responsible for delivering a variety of projects, from upgrades to playgrounds, park facilities and campgrounds, to major multi year projects like building new sporting facilities, piers and accommodation, establishing new parks, and creating new tracks and trails.