Angusvale Campground within the Mitchell River National Park in Gippsland is being upgraded to improve access and provide a better visitor experience for campers, hikers and paddlers to experience this special place.
Parks Victoria and the Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) are rebuilding visitor facilities at Buchan Caves Reserve, following major bushfire damage in summer 2019/2020.
Parks Victoria is reconstructing the campground and visitor facilities at Cape Conran following major bushfire damage in summer 2019/20.
The Black Summer bushfires of 2019-20 destroyed three cabins and all five wilderness retreats at Cape Conran Coastal Park. Parks Victoria is replacing and upgrading the lost accommodation to enhance visitors’ experiences of this gem on the Victorian coast.
The Croajingolong Wilderness Walk is an existing 8-to-10 day wilderness walk between Cape Conran and Mallacoota in East Gippsland. The Croajingolong Coastal Wilderness Experience project aims to improve access to this special area for a wider range of people. A series of opportunities will offer more visitors the chance to experience and learn about the beauty, unique environment and Aboriginal culture of the area.
Parks Victoria is reconstructing damaged campgrounds and visitor facilities throughout Croajingolong National Park and around Mallacoota following major bushfire damage in summer 2019/20.
The Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing is a proposed multi-day 57-kilometre walk through the spectacular Alpine region from Falls Creek to Mt Hotham. It will be one of Australia’s outstanding alpine walking experiences.
The Glasshouse camping area in Lake Tyers State Park in Gippsland is being upgraded to provide a better experience for visitors. The upgrades will create defined camping areas, toilet and picnic facilities, improved vehicle and pedestrian access tracks and fencing.
The Victorian Government is continuing to invest in a range of infrastructure improvements to strengthen Mount Buffalo National Park and the surrounding area as a key tourism drawcard, proving a year-round attraction for north eastern Victoria.
Parks Victoria is building brand new roofed accommodation at Mount Buffalo National Park to create comfortable and sustainable accommodation for visitors of diverse backgrounds and abilities.
This $1.5 million project will restore the State Coal Mine drift car and for underground tours to reopen.
Wilsons Promontory National Park will become Victoria’s largest conservation sanctuary and have visitor experiences improved through the $23 million Wilsons Prom Revitalisation project.
The Yallock-Bulluk Access and Infrastructure Plan will increase opportunities for people to enjoy this spectacular area through improved access, upgrades, new facilities and better links between coastal towns. A key element of the plan is a 32-kilometre trail experience between San Remo and Cape Paterson.