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

A grey and green building is in the distance under the shade of trees. A sign that reads 'Corben Oval' stands in the foreground.

Sparking life back into Corben Oval

More people are set to enjoy exercise, sport and spending time outdoors at Yarra Bend Park, with works starting at Corben Oval to restore power to the community sporting pavilion.
New netball court at Olinda Recreation Reserve, completed in early 2024.

Olinda scores big with better sporting facilities

Netballers and cricketers in the Dandenong Ranges can now enjoy new and improved facilities at the Olinda Recreation Reserve, with works to upgrade the site’s sporting facilities now complete.
Albert Park Golf Course with views of Melbourne's CBD skyline in the background.

Community sport going green at Albert Park

Local sport clubs are a step closer to enjoying green energy thanks to a solar power initiative being rolled out across Albert Park.
New facilities at Silvan Reservoir Park include an accessible toilet block and a DDA compliant carpark. The carpark has been built next to the new toilets for easier access for people of all-abilities.

Silvan Reservoir Park re-opens to the community

Families, nature lovers and local communities in the Dandenong Ranges can once again visit Silvan Reservoir Park, with works to deliver important upgrades now complete.

Protecting the iconic Mount Buffalo Chalet

Conservation works are now underway to protect the heritage-listed Mount Buffalo Chalet.
Three friends standing at the Erskine Falls lookout admiring the waterfall.

Erskine Falls upgrades start

One of the jewels of the Great Otway National Park is set to become safer and more enjoyable to visit, with works starting on a series of upgrades at Erskine Falls.

Plans progressing for Warburton Redwood Forest upgrades

Plans to upgrade facilities at the Cement Creek Redwood Forest in Warburton are progressing, with Parks Victoria currently seeking tenders to construct new visitor facilities at the site.
Stakeholders with new park signs bearing the name ngarrak nakorang wilam park

A new name for a new park

A new park in Melbourne's east has been named 'ngarrak nakorang wilam park', recognising the enduring connection of Wurundjeri people to the land.
The exterior of the Deep Rock Pavilion. It is a single-storey, grey building with a glass-mirrored door in the middle. It is surrounded by green grass and bushland.

Deep Rock Pavilion gets a revamp

Sporting communities in Melbourne’s north can look forward to updated and more inclusive facilities at the Deep Rock sporting precinct, with draft designs developed for improvements at the pavilion in Yarra Bend Park.
Two women sit and enjoy a cup of tea in front of their tent

Sleep under the stars at Point Nepean National Park

More people will soon have the chance to stay overnight at Point Nepean National Park, with works to expand the unique campground now underway.
Ranger leading a tour for one woman in Buchan Caves

Buchan Caves reopens for Easter

Buchan Munji (Buchan Caves Reserve) will re-open for the Easter holidays after joint managers Parks Victoria and Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation oversaw a major program of recovery works.
Artist impression of the Gipps Street Ramp

New tracks and trails to explore urban parks

Parks are like the lungs of a city. And they’re great for our own lungs too – places to get active in nature. Whether you’re into walking, running or cycling, we’re delivering track and trail projects in urban parks to help keep visitors and local communities moving.

Projects across Victoria

Parks Victoria is involved in a large number of capital projects across the state. Find a project by region or by searching the map below.

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.

Learn more about how we deliver projects.

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.

Find out about some of our recently completed projects.




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