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The sunny days and brighter evenings of springtime are here, so it's time to cast off your winter coats and scarves and get some sun on that skin as you get back out into the great outdoors. We've asked our very own Ranger Bridget and Ranger Gerard to tell us about some of the best camping and walking trails in Victoria's spectacular east.
Cape Conran Coastal Park is tucked away along Victoria's far-east Wilderness Coast. Camp among Banksias and Manna Gums alongside colourful New Holland Honeyeaters and inquisitive Lace Monitor goannas. The wild ocean beaches are perfect spots for beachcombing and, from May to October, look out for whales on their annual migration.
Social script resources for children on the autism spectrum are available for Brimbank Park, Buchan Caves, Jells Park, Serendip Sanctuary and Wilsons Prom.
Parks Victoria offers a range of curriculum-aligned ranger-guided learning activities and programs for students across the state. Our hands-on programs engage Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary students as they connect with and learn about Victoria's amazing natural environment and cultural heritage.
Pack the picnic basket and bring the family for a lovely day out at the Buchan Caves Day Visitor Area. Nestled among exotic trees planted almost 100 years ago, there are plenty of tables, shelters and barbecues to choose from.
Victoria’s parks provide a range of guided and non-guided experiences that provide unique insights into Aboriginal cultural values and stories.
A team of new Parks Victoria staff are helping with bushfire reconstruction and economic recovery in east Gippsland and north-east Victoria.
Rugged bushlands represents varying open, dry forest, woodland or bushland where dry, arid conditions and Mallee vegetation dominates. The territory also includes parks on grassy plains or those dominated by scrub and largely void of tall trees.