Ever wondered just how a national park comes to be? Or what kind of creature lives without ‘ears’ in our native grasslands? Who are the most dedicated fathers in our marine sanctuaries?

In this series of nature-at-home webinars, we’ll explore why national parks are so vital to nature protection. We’ll get up close and personal with our unique wildlife and the special places they live in.

Join us as we delve into the incredible world of national parks in Victoria!

Visit the webinar series menu below to find out more and RSVP.

Victoria has some 300 distinct habitat types that support around 100,000 remarkable native species.

Come along to this webinar to discover:

  • How some of our iconic national parks came into being
  • The importance of national park and conservation reserves for wildlife and habitat
  • Why national parks are critical for protecting our natural heritage for us and future generations
  • Some of challenges in managing these important places

DATE: Thursday 6 August           TIME: 6:15-7:15pm
WHERE: Zoom*                              COST: Free

RSVP to The nature of national parks webinar



* Video conference links and event information provided via email

The unburnt forests of the central west are extraordinary. Some 380 rare and threatened birds, mammals and plants call them home.

Join this feature webinar on the central west of Victoria to find out:

  • Why are the forests, landscapes and wildlife of the central west so special?
  • How did protection of 60,000 hectares of forest across the Wombat, Wellsford, Pyrenees Ranges, and Mount Cole become expertly recommended
  • What can you do to help bring these parks to fruition

DATE: Wednesday 12 August           TIME: 6:15-7:15pm
WHERE: Zoom*                                    COST: Free

RSVP to Wonders of the central west webinar


Victoria’s network of marine national parks protects some our most iconic and charismatic species: weedy sea dragons, eastern blue devilfish and southern fiddler rays.

Dive into this webinar all about our non-terrestrial national parks to learn about:

  • The creation of the world-first system of marine national parks and sanctuaries in Victoria
  • Why marine parks are as important as their terrestrial siblings
  • What and who lives below the waves of Victoria’s marine parks

Event RSVP coming soon.

Come and learn about the grassy plains of Victoria’s West

This webinar (or grass-terclass) will explore:

  • The volcanic creation of a landscape teeming with amazing wild flowers and unique wildlife
  • Why the endangered grasslands of the Victorian Volcanic Plains need your help

Event RSVP coming soon.