End the state ban on marine protection

Victoria created the world’s first network ofected marine areas in 2002. The community pushed hard for 13 marine ground-breaking national parks and 11 sanctuaries.   For twenty years they...
Act now

Submission: Reforming Victoria’s biosecurity legislation

The spread of invasive species including plants, animals, diseases and pathogens is one ofe greatest risks to Victoria’s biodiversity and parks estate. We welcomee Biosecurity Statement and...
Read More

Submission: Great Ocean Road Coastal Trail Design

We have long argued for better coastal planning and management in Victoria, as well as increased efforts to conserve coastal habitat. We appreciate the chance to provide comment on the Great Ocean...
Read More

New year News for Spider Crabs

PARK WATCH June 2022 | It seems these mysterious creatures may return this season, shares campaigner Shannon Hurley. The new year isn’t just a fresh start and a time for warmer seas. It marks the...
Read More

A gas explosion

PARK WATCH Article December 2021 | Campaigner Shannon Hurley updates us on plans for offshore drilling along our most famous coastline....
Read More

More ambition needed for our seas and shores

PARK WATCH Article December 2021 | Campaigner Shannon Hurley explains how the state government's draft marine and coastal strategy disappoints....
Read More

Introducing the bryozoan reef

PARK WATCH Article December 2021 | Set to be listed as the second threatened community in Westernport Bay – Campaigner Shannon Hurley shares what makes it special, and what makes it at risk. ...
Read More