One of the longest running conservation programs in Grampians National Park is marking its 25th year with an expansion into protecting wildlife from feral cats.
Native wildlife and unique flora severely impacted by the 2019-20 summer bushfires are being protected from a subsequent threat from feral animals, through a Parks Victoria conservation program.
Parks Victoria staff have dismantled a 500-metre long illegal mountain-bike trail at the Black Range State Park, west of the Grampians.
Parks Victoria and Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) are seeking final input into the Lake Tyers State Park Camping and Access Strategy following two years of extensive stakeholder and community engagement.
Parks Victoria marine rangers are pleased that it has been over 22 months since a single Northern Pacific Seastar, Asterias amurensis, has been detected following the completion of a recent monitoring program.
Parks Victoria and Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation are encouraging neighbours adjoining Barmah National Park to join in the effort to control foxes and their impacts in the park and on surrounding properties.
Parks Victoria, in partnership with the Gippsland Lakes Coordinating Committee, has fast-tracked conservation works at the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park and Sale Common Nature Conservation Reserve with the support of the Victorian Government Drought Employment Program.
More than 80 people have received infringement notices for illegal trailbike riding in the Great Otway National Park and Otway Forest Park during recent months.
Hundreds of burnt and hazardous trees will be removed next month from visitor areas at Cape Conran Coastal Park as part of Parks Victoria’s bushfire recovery work.
The Aboriginal cultural heritage of the Grampians is being better protected and recognised as part of a new agreement for tour groups operating at Summerday Valley in the national park.