Feral horses end up in court

PARK WATCH September 2019 | VNPA’s Parks Protection campaigner Phil Ingamells reports from the Federal Court, where the Australian Brumby Alliance was challenging Parks Victoria’s alpine...
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World Heritage for Budj Bim

PARK WATCH September 2019 | An Aboriginal cultural site in Victoria, older than Stonehenge, has been added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, located in the...
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Great Ocean Road parks face a wobbly take-over bid

PARK WATCH September 2019 | There are real visitor management problems along the Great Ocean Road, but is the proposed self-funded ‘Coast and Parks Authority’ just a bizarre brainstorm fix?...
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A dozen good reasons for new national parks in the central west of Victoria

PARK WATCH September 2019 | Right now the Andrews Government has a fantastic opportunity to do our state proud by creating much-needed new national parks for the protection of our forests and the...
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How to spot your dragon

PARK WATCH September 2019 | Our ReefWatch Coordinator Kade Mills invites you on a quest in our newest marine citizen science project. How well do you know youre emblems? You likely know our...
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Great Victorian Fish Count 2018 report released

PROGRAM UPDATE 1 August 2019 | Our 2018 Great Victorian Fish Count was another great success, with 750 citizen scientists taking to the water to record a diverse range of bony fish, sharks and rays...
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Thank you for your support

Your support and generous gifts this past year have powered the Victorian National Parks Association through its 67th year. Thanks to the generosity of supporters, we’ve kept up the good fight,...
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Caring for parks – by the numbers

PARK WATCH June 2019 | Nature is facing unprecedented pressure – and our national parks are the foundation of efforts to protect it. VNPA Executive Director Matt Ruchel explains the value of parks...
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