Healthy Parks Healthy People
The evidence is clear and far-reaching. Spending time in the natural environment – in places like parks - is good for your mind, body and soul.
Healthy Parks Healthy People seeks to reinforce and encourage the connections between a healthy environment and a healthy society.
Parks Victoria created the Healthy Parks Healthy People brand in 2000 and then commissioned Deakin University to do a literature review which analysed more than 200 journal articles on research into the human health benefits of contact with nature
Healthy Parks Healthy People: the State of the Evidence 2014 Summary of Preliminary Findings Parks Victoria and the School of Health and Social Development, Faculty
Nature helps us be active Within parks, people tend to be more physically active - on tracks, playgrounds and at sports facilities. The many benefits
Healthy Parks Healthy People Central If you’re interested in finding out more about research on the link between contact with nature and the benefits
25 May 2015
Parks Victoria is conducting an aerial shooting program in Murray Sunset National Park to reduce the number of feral goats. This program is the next step in over two decades of work to restore the Mallee landscape to its natural condition, following a century of stock grazing, timber removal and…