Park Watch is our quarterly, colour magazine and is available online, free of charge, as a flipbook.
It keeps readers up-to-date with the current issues facing Victoria's national parks and includes stories written by experts in their field. Park Watch also provides excellent people profiles, book reviews and outdoor adventure articles.
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Articles and photos for Park Watch can be sent to editor Michael Howes on (03) 9347 5188 or email email@example.com.
Park Watch September 2013 - No 254
With ongoing attacks on the integrity of our parks system it's time to 'Shine a light for parks at the Prom'!
We report on the increased risk of oil spills in Westernport Bay under port expansion plans, take a look at a new idea to create a 'Green Edge' for Melbourne, and go rambling down the Lerderderg River.
Park Watch June 2013 - No 253
In this edition of Park Watch we focus on why it's so important to value and protect our national parks.
We have an intriguing story on the mysterious world of fungi, take a peek at Melbourne's Royal Park, which lies just beyond the city's northern edge, and offer a free sustainable firewood guide.
Park Watch March 2013 - No 252
The importance of protecting parks and habitats, the future of bushwalking, nature and children, it's all in our March 2013 edition of Park Watch.
We also check out New Zealand's Chatham Islands and report on unusually large numbers of Malleefowl along Mallee roadsides.
Park Watch December 2012 - No 251
In the latest edition of Park Watch we celebrate 10 years of marine national parks, and the tenth anniversary of our award winning program Reef Watch.
We analyse moves to log red gum forests in Victoria and NSW, and scrutinise plans to weaken native vegetation laws.
Park Watch September 2012 - No 250
We explore why private development in parks is neither sustainable or affordable.
We also take a closer look at a proposal to open up the Wombat Forest to mining and investigate why the Wellsford Forest near Bendigo should be protected under the National Parks Act.
And don't miss James Hewlett's account of exploring Tasmania's stunning Overland Track!
Park Watch June 2012 - No 249
As the VNPA celebrates its 60th anniversary we look back at the important role naturalist, journalist and broadcaster Philip Crosbie Morrison played in our formation.
We also explain why federal environmental protections should be strengthened, not handed over the the states.