Parks Victoria has released the final master plan prepared to guide future decisions for Albert Park.
The Victorian Government released the Protection of the Alpine National Park - Feral Horse Strategic Action Plan 2018-2021, on 2 July 2018.
New and upgraded visitor facilities at Arthurs Seat State Park will deliver improved visitor experiences.
The Strategic Action Plan: Protection of floodplain marshes in Barmah National Park and Barmah Forest Ramsar site [2019-2023] outlines a four-year program to address threats in the Barmah Forest and protect it for current and future generations.
Parks Victoria is implementing changes to selected boating and swimming zones to improve safety of users on the near shore zones within Port Phillip and Western Port.
Parks Victoria is developing a Precinct Plan for Braeside Park to guide management and community activation opportunities over the next 5-10 years.
We’re strengthening and improving Cowes Jetty to reinstate emergency vehicle access and provide better safety for jetty visitors. The jetty will remain open throughout the works.
We’re restoring the iconic Frankston Pier with better facilities to improve access for more people, including a new all abilities access ramp to the lower landing.
A $650,000 investment to Gem Pier sees piles repaired and replaced so it continues to stand as one of the most highly utilised piers in Port Phillip by boaters and the community.
Nature lovers looking for an extra touch of comfort had the opportunity to go glamping in two Victorian National Parks with Parks Victoria’s recent glamping trial.
One of the key attractions for walkers in the Grampians National Park is the Grampians Peaks Trail and the natural and cultural landscapes that it can offer.
A new nature-based all-abilities playspace is coming to Jells Park! A $3 million investment will create a playspace that will spark imaginations and encourage active play and include a changing places toilet in the playspace precinct.
Parks Victoria in partnership with Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation released the Lake Boort Reserve Managment Plan in March 2018.
A $2.2m refurbishment will enhance visitor experiences and better protect the sensitive ecosystem of the iconic Maits Rest.
A $1.7million investment in upgrades to the Merri Creek Parklands will provide improved visitor experience in the park, and help to protect the sensitive ecosystem.
Middle Brighton Pier will be repaired, reinstating access to the main section of the pier and marina.
A $1.5 million investment for the upgrade of The Gorge Day Visitor Area at Mount Buffalo National Park will enhance this popular visitor area ensuring the park is an attractive destination all year round for visitors of all abilities.
An investment of $7.67 million will transform the closed Olinda golf course into 34 hectares of community parklands. The closure of the Olinda golf course presented a rare opportunity to create a public space to suit the needs of the whole community
An investment of $1.5 million will fund a range of projects in the Point Cook Homestead precinct. These works will refurbish and maintain some of the heritage buildings on site, and a new toilet facility will be built.
The Point Nepean National Park Master Plan reflects the outcomes of extensive consultation with community and stakeholders and the implementation of the plan underway.
A $900,000 investment will see the entry into Portarlington Harbour improve access for commercial vessels.
A $3.2 million pedestrian bridge will provide year-round connection and safe access from the fluctuating creek flow, between the Port Campbell township to the
Discovery Trail and Port Campbell National Park. Part of the Shipwreck Coast Masterplan.
A $500,000 Living Heritage Grant will see repairs to piles beneath the iconic Queenscliff Pier preserving the sub-structure for the next 30 plus years.
This page provides information relating to recent changes to rock climbing access in the Grampians National Park.
Spanning more than 165,000 hectares, the Grampians National Park’s natural beauty has captivated visitors for decades. Its extraordinary diverse landscape is steeped in a rich history and is a place of environmental, historical and cultural significance. Due to its accessible nature, the park enables visitors to enjoy and appreciate Victoria’s natural and cultural values, and makes an important contribution to tourism.
Popular Rye Pier will see upgrades to the current facilities that will improve access to the pier and the water for more fishers, divers and visitors.
A $50.3 million investment to rebuild the St Kilda Pier will give locals and visitors better public open space and better swimming spots, while preserving the historic kiosk. A new curved pier will replace the current pier, with new features that will boost tourism and preserve it for future generations to enjoy.
Two 11-kilometre pipelines will connect the Twelve Apostles Visitor Centre to Port Campbell to improve environmental safeguards and improve visitor experience as visitation to the site continues to grow.
After the fires of 2015, $3.4m was has been invested in projects chosen by the community, to re-establish the landscape and improve visitor experiences; including the Jamieson Creek Campground and a new 5km walking trail - the Jamieson Creek Walking Track.
An $8 million investment will see eight new netball courts and two new pavilions become the heart of inner-city netball