What about the west?

PARK WATCH December 2019 | The Andrews Government should immediately cease logging within proposed new national parks and reserves in Victoria’s central west, says our Nature Conservation...
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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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The wonders of Wombat Forest

PARK WATCH June 2019 | Our Naturewatch program’s Coordinator Sera Blair shares the tremendous halfway results of our Caught on Camera project. One of the reasons we love Wombat Forest and want...
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Let’s protect it forever

PARK WATCH December 2018 | We are one step closer to protecting Victoria’s central western forests, says our Nature Conservation Campaigner Shannon Hurley. VNPA has advocated for the protection of...
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A ‘peak’ of interest

PARK WATCH December 2018 | Windingrough temperate forested peaks and gullies in Victoria’s central west is one of our state’s most-loved and accessible bushwalks,e Beeripmo Walk. Walkers...
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Forests of the Central West

PARK WATCH September 2018 | Read our breakdown of the recommendations from the draft Central West Investigation released by the Victorian Environmental Assessment Council (VEAC). Some are home to...
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Walking the Beeripmo clearfell trail

PARK WATCH September 2018 | Do you know the extent of logging at Mount Cole? Matt Ruchel reveals what is going on out west. Mount Cole has long been a popular bushwalking, camping and picnic spot for...
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