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.
The future of Williamstown’s vibrant local port has been set out in a new plan from Parks Victoria.
After spending time as a Parks Victoria Volunteer Track Ranger, most participants come away having fallen in love with one of the state’s most beautiful parks. Some, however, come away having fallen in love with each other. Read on for Emma and Callum's love story and how you can become a Volunteer Track Ranger yourself.
Sione Ikafanga is the Cultural Landscapes Advisor for Managing Country Together at Parks Victoria. When speaking about cultural heritage, Sione goes to the core of what it is, and what cultural heritage protection means to him.
At the Cape Schanck Lightstation, student archaeologists have unearthed hundreds of artefacts that paint a picture of life at the remote site over the years.
Pedestrians and cyclists can enjoy a better journey along the Bay Trail, with a new connection now open to provide a faster, safer and more direct path from Williamstown to Point Cook Coastal Park.
Assessments of damaged caves, roads, bridges and buildings at Buchan Caves Reserve have commenced following flash flooding on Boxing Day.
Works have started on a new lookout in the Port Campbell National Park that will bring visitors up close to the booming waters of the Southern Ocean.
After a bumper eight months of construction, Altona’s brand-new pier is now open for everyone to enjoy.
When Tony Castle first set eyes on Mount Worth State Park he was armed only with an old bushwalking book which couldn't point him to the start of the track. Now, after volunteering for 11 years and helping keep the tracks clear for fellow walkers, Tony has received the 2023 Best Friend Award by the Victorian Environment Friends Network.