The Junior Rangers program is proudly supported by our Principal Partner, Macpac, encouraging the next generation of nature lovers.
The Junior Ranger program encourages children to explore Victoria’s amazing parks with a range of free and fun activities designed to inspire curiosity, discovery and connection.
Have you ever wanted to learn about animal superpowers, discover the secrets of Victoria's Parks and Reserves, or simply explore beautiful beaches, forests, deserts with a ranger? If so then you’ve come to the right place, Junior Rangers get to do all of this and so much more!
During the school holidays, Junior Rangers and their families can join a Ranger to take part in fun park-based activities like rock pool rambles, flora/fauna discovery sessions, bushfire and biodiversity, heritage interpretation, spotlight walks, and more. These take place in parks all around the state, and all of them are free!
Junior Rangers can also get out and about anytime they like with a range of cool Junior Ranger activities that they can download right here from the website and complete with their family and friends anytime they like.
How Can I Become A Junior Ranger?
Junior Rangers is not a club; no membership is required to take part. Junior Ranger activities are run mostly during school holidays and on some weekends, and our online activities are available anytime!
- Sign up to the Junior Ranger mailing list. By signing up to our mailing list you’ll become one of the first to know about our school holiday programs. We’ll also send you our Junior Ranger newsletter which is jam-packed with heaps of information about how to have fun in parks.
- When school holidays roll around, make sure that you sign up for one of the many Junior Ranger activities on offer. All activities are free, but bookings are essential.
- Complete one of our online activities. Looking for something to do in a park? Print out one of our activity sheets and take it out into a park to do with your family and friends.
- Read and learn the Junior Ranger way. Learn how Junior Ranger’s take care of the environment and what you can do to make sure Victoria’s special places remain stay protected.