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Benefits of being a Parks Protector

Sunrise from Briggs Bluff in the Grampians-Gariwerd National Park. Photo: Paul Schliebs


When you become a Parks Protector

You'll be kept up to date with regular emails, such as the Nature's Voice ebulletin, so you get the latest on new scientific research, the latest political developments and any looming threats to our parks and native species.


You'll be well-informed by in-depth articles in your quarterly magazine, Park Watch, on subjects as diverse as reforming the state's Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act and the plight of the Vulnerable Hooded Plover at the Belfast Coastal Reserve, as well as stories from bushwalkers and adventurers of the glorious places they've discovered around your state.

You'll learn what the real impact is when the last remaining remnants of bush along country roadsides are cleared, how parks can deliver more health benefits than miracle drugs, and what climate change will mean for Victoria's high country.

You'll be invited to special events, including personal updates with VNPA's Executive Director, special launches of campaign materials and briefings, and the occasional guest speaker.

You'll get access to over 250 events each year through the bushwalking and activities program.

Most of all though, you'll know that when, with your help, important environmental campaigns are won, that you were there, that you helped, that you were part of it.






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