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Kookaburra awards

Parks Victoria Kookaburra Awards

Held every second year, the Kookaburra Awards seek to:

  • Recognise and honour individuals and groups who have made an outstanding voluntary contribution to Victoria's park system.
  • Raise awareness of the extent and importance of community involvement in Victoria's park system.
  • Encourage community involvement in the future conservation and use of the park system.

Award categories

  • Conserving Special Places (group)
  • Connecting People and Parks (group)
  • Providing Benefits Beyond Park Boundaries (group)
  • Individual Achievement Kookaburra Award (individual)

Trophies are presented to award winners and all nominees  receive a letter of congratulations and a certificate of encouragement for their nomination. 

 

 

Removing the warning signs at Lake Charlegrark Click to view the news RSS feed.

Lake Charlegrark clear of blue green algae

20 Jul 2016

Lake Charlegrark is once again safe for water sports, swimming and fishing, Parks Victoria Area Chief Ranger Mark Urquhart said today. “Blue green algae has been present in this popular destination for 18 months, resulting in public health warnings for people and pets against contacting or ingesting the water,” he…

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