Stirling Alpine Link
Mt Stirling, adjacent to Mt Buller, is a unique natural landscape with dramatic vistas of Victoria's alpine area.
Popular with cross-country skiers, bushwalkers, campers and school groups, it is also home to many threatened plant and animal species.
The Victorian National Parks Association has launched a push for the Mt Stirling area to be managed as a national park by linking it to the Alpine National Park and handing its management to Parks Victoria.
It can then be managed as an integral part of Victoria's largest national park, improving ecological management, recreation experiences and the overall integrity of our alpine region.
Read the Stirling Alpine Link story in the VNPA newsletter Nature's Voice.
Ask the Victorian Environment Minister Gavin Jennings to implement the State Services Authority's recommendations and add Mt Stirling to the Alpine National Park, together with intervening state forest areas.
Write to: Hon. Gavin Jennings, Level 22, 50 Lonsdale St, Melbourne 3000, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.