Recently completed projects
We're delivering millions of dollars of investment across Victoria on projects that are helping to connect people with nature, protect the state's special landscapes, and support local communities and regional economies.
Below are some of the major projects we’ve completed in the past twelve months.
We’ve built a new shared-use sporting pavilion at Oval One in Albert Park.
Parks Victoria, with the support of Better Boating Victoria, is constructing a purpose built public landing facility at Burndap Lake providing improved access to recreational boating, paddling, fishing and events on the Maribyrnong River.
A stunning Chelsea Flower Show winning garden is coming to the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden!
The David Mandie and Clarke Shields Pavilion at Albert Park has been expanded to deliver new female-friendly and all-abilities access change rooms, as well as a gym, meeting area and physiotherapy space.
The Grampians Peaks Trail (GPT) project is a 160km, world-class natural and cultural walking experience that was opened in November 2021.
Accessing Port Phillip and Corio bays will soon be easier thanks to boating upgrades at Kirk Point boat ramp near Geelong. The area is popular with fishers as well as bird watchers within the adjoining wildlife reserve who use the facility for parking.
Repairs have reinstated access to the main section of the pier and marina while future planning is undertaken.
To ensure Mordialloc Creek's entrance remains stable and suitable for continued safe boating and pedestrian access for many years to come, we've installed a new sheet pile wall.
The Point Nepean Campground is a $4.5 million facilitated camping experience within the park’s historic Quarantine Station precinct.
To ensure the popular and picturesque Portsea Pier remains safe and open, we have delivered a package of maintenance repairs.
A major restoration at the historic Queenscliff South Pier has revitalised its prominence in the area's vibrant maritime history and ensures its survival for many more years.
Visitors to Gippsland Lakes Reserve can now experience a better understanding of Gunaikurnai culture with a newly installed 1.7km walk through the beautiful landscape of Raymond Island on Tatungalung Country.
We've undertaken planning to create a safer and more sustainable harbour and facilities with the development of the Sandringham Harbour Local Port Area Plan.
We've delivered scheduled maintenance to Sorrento Pier's head and upgraded the low landing.
An $8 million investment has seen the construction of eight competition-standard netball courts and a modern shared-use sporting pavilion at Fairlea Reserve in Yarra Bend Park,