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.
- 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.
19 May 2016
A Heyfield man has been fined for dumping rubbish in the Glenmaggie Nature Conservation Reserve, between Heyfield and Seaton, earlier this month. The man was investigated under section 45E (1) of the Environment Protection Act 1970 for depositing rubbish without authority. The man admitted to the offence and had a…