Time to list feral deer as a pest

Feral deer destroy shrubs, ringbark trees, trample rainforests, wallow in wetlands, wreck orchards and vineyards, and they’re a hazard on our roads.  Ask your ministers to protect wildlife,...
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Give spider crabs a no-take break in moulting season

Every year thousands of Australian Giant Spider Crabs, in the largest-known crab migration on the planet, march into the shallows of Port Phillip Bay to moult and seek safety in numbers. But in...
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More than a word: Indigenous Joint Management

The commitment to learn from, listen to and integrate Indigenous wisdom in how we move forward with our work to care for nature is ongoing.

Recognising and advocating Joint Management of our parks estate is one of the ways the Victorian National Parks Association strives to support and strengthen the relationship between the broader Victorian community and Aboriginal peoples.

There are many ways in which you can acknowledge, support and take action for honouring Aboriginal people’s continuing connection to nature.

Contacting your representatives

Contacting your representatives about issues of concern has a significant impact.

You can email, write a letter, call, visit their offices, or message them on social media.

Here are some resources to help you.

Resources
Huge community gathering at Wilsons Prom sends a clear message to government, our parks are not for sale. Photo: Martin B

Contacting your representatives

Contacting your representatives about issues of concern has a significant impact.

You can email, write a letter, call, visit their offices, or message them on social media.

Here are some resources to help you.

Resources