Tyers River, Moondarra State Park

Statewide Assessment of Public Land

The Victorian Environmental Assessment Council (VEAC) has produced its finaleport on the Statewide Assessment of Public Land. VEAC was asked to look at all current land categories in Victoria, and...
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Sambar deer, Bogong High Plains, Alpine National Park

Pest animals get more than a glance

A recent inquiry into the control of invasive animals on crown land came up with some sensible recommendations, says Phil Ingamells. There are many alien beasts rampaging through the bush: cats,...
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NatureWatch

Celebrating 10 years of NatureWatch!

Our NatureWatch program, and the program’s original coordinatorlin Griffith, reached a major ten year milestone in July. In 2007 an inspired group of VNPA members and supporters along with...
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A logging coupe in the Central Highlands

Leaving only the ASH

The Andrews Government is torn between helping a group workers in a small country town fighting for their jobs and caving in to a group Melbourne investors happy for taxpayers to relieve them...
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Hooded plover on the beach-box

Take action on horses hurting hoodies

VNPA marine and coastal coordinator Chris Smyth gives an update and calls on Park Watch readers to help stop our beaches becoming racetracks. Despite barely 50 hooded plovers left in the Belfast...
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Reef Cam at Popes Eye. Photo: Kade Mills

Dive in from your desk!

We have a very exciting opportunity for you to experiencee underwater wonders of Port Phillip Bay – on your screen in real-time with Reef Cam! One ofe bay’s most cherished spots, and also...
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Deer are spreading across Victoria into many sensitive habitats.

Melbourne’s wild deer chase puts Victorian government on notice

MEDIA RELEASE:  30 August 2017 Video footage of a panicked, wild deer skittering dangerously across a Melbourne road is a clear sign the Victorian government urgently needs to tackle exploding...
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Thank you for your support!

We want to extend our thanks to all our community for supporting the Victorian National Parks Association. With you on our side, this past financial year we’ve continued to give Victoria’s...
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