Victoria's native grasslands once spread from Melbourne to Portland, but scientists now believe as little as 1% of high quality grassland habitat now remains.
Victoria's heritage-listed Alpine National Park is one of the finest national parks in Australia, but it is coming under increasing pressure from invasive pest plants and animals.
The VNPA's Phil Ingamells found himself surrounded by cow pats after venturing into the Alpine National Park during controversial alpine cattle grazing trials.
Some of Melbourne's best known heritage sites got a taste of what it's like to be treated like a cow paddock in March 2011.
In February 2011 Tony Burke, federal environment minister for the environment, saw for himself the damage cattle are causing in the Alpine National Park.
Cattle grazing in the Alpine National Park is already causing damage to fragile wetland ecosystems and habitat of the nationally threatened Alpine Tree Frog.
From the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park to Port Phillip Heads, Merri Marine Sanctuary and the Flinders Pier, Victoria's underwater world is filled with beautiful surprises.
Local resident and budding marine biologist Stefan Backhausen talks about why Somers reef is such a unique place and why it needs marine national park protection.
Take a tour of Victoria's unique, diverse and beautiful marine environment and see why it's worth protecting, all from the comfort of your own home!
Our new marine conservation television ad aims to raise awareness about the threats facing Victoria's unique marine environment, and encourage people to be part of the solution.