Rangers look after a diverse estate of natural and historic sites across the state.
Our rangers can share their expertise, knowledge and experience from their daily work in managing and conserving these sites with your students. This can range from short introductions to the park prior to participating in outdoor recreational activities through to extended hands-on project work where students help out in conservation work in the park.
As park rangers are involved in a wide range of work, opportunities for school talks and activities are not available in all parks or at certain times of the year.
To discuss which park may be able to offer appropriate experiences for your students please call the Parks Victoria Information Centre on 13 1963.
20 Feb 2017
Parks Victoria is inviting the community to comment on plans to introduce non-powered recreational boating, including canoes and kayaks, in a section of Devilbend Natural Features Reserve. Devilbend Natural Features Reserve is recognised internationally for its importance in the conservation of bird populations. Over 44 species of birds call Devilbend…