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Victoria’s marine environments are amongst the most diverse and spectacular in the world. Marine areas have been the last type of ecosystem to become protected in Victoria. Marine national parks and sanctuaries were established in 2002 and protect an example of each of the major type of marine ecosystem in Victoria.

A useful way to distinguish and manage the marine ecosystem is by marine habitats and the animals and plants typical of these areas. A marine habitat is a place where species are found together.

Find out more about marine habitats.

 

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Making Talbotville a Top 10 camping destination even greater

16 Jan 2017

Talbotville, recently rated as one of the Top 10 Camper trailer/4x4 camping destinations in Australia, is a popular camping area along the iconic Wonnangatta Valley in the Grant Historic Area, near the Alpine National Park. Thanks to the combined efforts of Parks Victoria and the Land Rover Owners Club of…

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