Parks Victoria is a statutory authority, created by the Parks Victoria Act 1998 and reporting to the Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water,The Hon Lisa Neville MLA and Minister for Ports; Minister for Roads and Road Safety, The Hon Luke Donellan MLA.
Our responsibilities under the Parks Victoria Act 1998 are to manage the State’s parks, reserves, waterways and other public land including a representative system of terrestrial and marine national parks and marine sanctuaries. It is also the Local Port Manager for Port Phillip Bay, Western Port and Port Campbell and the Waterway Manager for the Yarra and Maribyrnong rivers.
Level 10, 535 Bourke Street
Melbourne Victoria 3000 AUSTRALIA
Phone +613 8627 4699
Fax +613 9629 5563
ABN: 95 337 637 697
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Parks Victoria is a statutory authority, created by the Parks Victoria Act 1998 and reporting to the Minister. We are responsible for managing an expanding
Under the Parks Victoria Act 1998, Parks Victoria’s responsibilities are to provide services to the state and its agencies for the management of parks, reserves
Victoria’s parks are highly valued by the community. They provide open space, stunning landscapes, habitats to protect flora and fauna and areas to conserve cultural
The evidence is clear and far-reaching. Spending time in the natural environment – in places like parks - is good for your mind, body and
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Advertised tenders and expressions of interest for contracts and other public notices placed by Parks Victoria are listed here. Tenders are also listed on www.tenders.vic.gov.au.
Vacancies are advertised in major metropolitan newspapers, listed on this website under vacancies and on Seek. We conduct recruitment programs, including an Aboriginal program, as
Parks Victoria award to recognise the role of science in managing Victoria’s parks To recognise the substantial contribution of the late Professor Nancy Millis to
There is a range of ways in which businesses and other organisations work with Parks Victoria, from sponsorship and grants to the provision of goods
03 Feb 2016
The stunning Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road is always a popular destination for International visitors to Australia, and this February’s Chinese New Year is expected to be busier than ever. Chinese New Year occurs on Monday 8 February 2016, with the holiday period extending from 6 to 14…