Excavators begin work on the Shire of East Gippsland's state-government-approved project to bury Bastion Point under tonnes of rock rubble and asphalt. Photo: Save Bastion Point

The coast is unclear

We’re losing coastal nature because of climate change and coastal, urban, port and industrial development driven by a rapidly growing population. VNPA’s report, The coast is unclear, reveals that...
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Briggs Bluff, Grampians-Gariwerd National Park (Photo: Paul Schliebs - CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 AU)

Nature conservation reviews

Our nature conservation reviews bring together a unique analysis of the state of nature in Victoria....
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Moolap coastal wetlands

Moolap Coastal Strategic Framework Plan

Large coastal area up for grabs. What to do with 1200 ha of ‘prime’ coastal land on the edge of Geelong is now the subject of an Andrews Government planning process. The Moolap coastal...
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Riparian Bridle Bend

Riverside (riparian) land

Victoria has the greatest concentration of waterways ofy mainland state. There are about 85,000km, as well as 500,000 hectares of diverse wetlands: lakes, floodplain billabongs, alpine peatlands...
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Photo: It's a Wildlife

Nature laws overview

The natural environment is complex, with thousands of species interacting to form ecosystems. Australia has created a web of laws, polices and strategies at national, state and local levels to...
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