Parks Victoria has released the final master plan prepared to guide future decisions for Albert Park.
The Victorian Government released the Protection of the Alpine National Park - Feral Horse Strategic Action Plan 2018-2021, on 2 July 2018.
Survey results and submissions received during public consultation of the draft plan will help to inform development of the final action plan, prior to its release.
Parks Victoria is implementing changes to selected boating and swimming zones to improve safety of users on the near shore zones within Port Phillip and Western Port.
Parks Victoria is preparing a feasibility study to determine the layout of planned sporting facility improvements at the Fairlea Precinct of Yarra Bend Park.
Nature lovers looking for an extra touch of comfort had the opportunity to go glamping in two Victorian National Parks with Parks Victoria’s recent glamping trial.
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.
Parks Victoria in partnership with Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation released the Lake Boort Reserve Managment Plan in March 2018.
The Point Nepean National Park Master Plan reflects the outcomes of extensive consultation with community and stakeholders and the implementation of the plan underway.
Spanning more than 165,000 hectares, the Grampians National Park’s natural beauty has captivated visitors for decades. Its extraordinary diverse landscape is steeped in a rich history and is a place of environmental, historical and cultural significance. Due to its accessible nature, the park enables visitors to enjoy and appreciate Victoria’s natural and cultural values, and makes an important contribution to tourism.
Two 11-kilometre pipelines will connect the Twelve Apostles Visitor Centre to Port Campbell to improve environmental safeguards and improve visitor experience as visitation to the site continues to grow.