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Media contacts and information

 

David Petty
Manager Communications and Media
Ph: 13 1963 Mobile 0427 031 264
Email: david.petty@parks.vic.gov.au

Zoe Furman
Senior Communications Officer
Ph: 13 1963 mobile 0408 176 934
Email: zoe.furman@parks.vic.gov.au

Sally Nowlan
Media Relations Officer
Ph: 13 1963 (Monday to Wednesday)
Email: sally.nowlan@parks.vic.gov.au

Kate Milkins
Communications Officer
Ph: 131963 (Monday to Thursday)
Email: kate.milkins@parks.vic.gov.au

Jarred Parsons
Regional Marketing and Communications Officer
Melbourne Region
Ph: 13 1963
Email: jarred.parsons@parks.vic.gov.au

Suzanne Hughes 
Regional Marketing and Communications Officer
Northern Region
Ph: 13 1963 (Monday-Thursday)
Email: suzanne.hughes@parks.vic.gov.au

 

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Heart Foundation Walking - Park Walk

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Grampians Conservation Explorer

1 Sep 2014 8:30am - 4 Sep 2014 5:30pm

We will take you behind the scenes on this exclusive, small group adventure as you work alongside a Parks Victoria Ranger to 'track and protect' the elusive Brush-tailed Phascogales, which are on Victoria's threatened species list. You will sample some of the region's best wines, see ancient Aboriginal rock art…

Heart Foundation Walking - Park Walk

2 Sep 2014 10:00am-11:00am

Enjoy the fresh air of this beautiful park and get an insight into the park’s fascinating history, flora and fauna. This free guided walk run by Friends of Tarra Bulga National Park will lead you across the famous Corrigan Suspension Bridge which stretches through the rainforest canopy, and on either…

The Melbourne Mega Bat Count

3 Sep 2014

The Grey-headed Flying-fox is the largest flying-fox (also known as a fruit bat) species in Australia. Each month the Australian Research Centre for Urban Ecology conduct the monthly bat count at Yarra Bend Park at dusk on the Wednesday evening closest to the risen full moon. This data is critical…