Will you help us create a new national park?

It might not look like it, but that slender string of woodlands on the eastern shores of Western Port Bay is home to some of Victoria’s most endangered wildlife. But for decades sand mining, land clearing and invasive species have fragmented this magical web of life.

Join us in our work to unite these precious patches in a new Bass Coast National Park.

Sand mines are swelling, consuming the landscape and leaving deep open wounds. Every day huge sand trucks lumber in and out, robbing the remaining woodlands of its already meagre soil. 

It doesn’t have to continue like this.

We can give Lace Monitors, Southern Brown Bandicoots and Grey Goshawks a chance to become common sights among the gums and Austral Grass-trees once again.   

Local nature-lovers have worked together for decades to get this area’s natural beauty and significance recognised and to protect it from being mined and cleared.  

Your tax-deductible donation today will help us continue to work with the community to push for a new Bass Coast National Park to keep this fragile wildlife corridor safe, in perpetuity.   

For assistance, please call us on 03 9341 6500 or email [email protected]

Thank you for your gift to nature.

The Victorian National Parks Association is a registered charity that relies on donations to carry out our important work to protect nature for future generations. All donations over $2 are tax-deductible. ABN 34 217 717 593.