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19 Apr 2016
Parks Victoria in conjunction with the Victorian High Country Huts Association (VHCHA) are delighted to announce the first stage completion of rebuilding McNamara’s Hut, Dinner Plain in the Alpine National Park. During a very busy week long working bee in March, the team of volunteers worked tirelessly undertaking a range…Click to view the news RSS feed.
15 Apr 2016
Education Permaculture Inspiration Community Inc (EPIC) and Parks Victoria are inviting the community to be part of a new three acre permaculture garden at George Tindale Memorial Gardens in Sherbrooke, which will launch on World Permaculture Day, 1 May 2016 from 10.30am – 1.30pm. The new permaculture garden is the…Click to view the news RSS feed.
27 Apr 2016
Parks Victoria, with the community, is developing a management plan for Victoria’s River Red Gum parks and reserves. The plan will guide the protection of Victoria’s floodplain forests and wetlands, cultural sites and explore opportunities for tourism and recreation. “Having a good conversation with the community about their vision for…Click to view the news RSS feed.
13 Apr 2016
Parks Victoria’s new CEO Bradley Fauteux has received his new Victorian fishing licence, and is all geared up for his first fish in Australian waters, on the iconic Lorne pier. He is certainly in capable hands, being shown the ropes by Mr Dallas D’Silva, General Manager of VRFish, Victoria’s peak…Click to view the news RSS feed.
14 Apr 2016
Relatively few people are aware that the nation’s oldest Gallipoli Lone Pine stands proudly in the serene parklands of Wattle Park in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. The Lone Pine Ridge at Gallipoli was named by ANZAC forces as it was distinguished by the solitary Turkish red pine (Pinus brutia), which was…