Stage 1: Port Melbourne to St Kilda
The new zone changes between Port Melbourne and St Kilda have now been implemented and are now in effect.
The changes include:
- Revised shared wind sports area near Catani Gardens.
- Swimming only zone in front of Port Melbourne and South Melbourne Life Saving Clubs.
- Swimming only zone between Wright and Armstrong Streets in Middle Park.
- Boating only zone at St Kilda Marina and entrance.
- Swimming only zone between St Kilda Marina and St Kilda Pier.
- Improved visibility of aids to navigation and easy to understand signage
12 Nov 2013
In preparation for the opening of the seasonal road closures, Parks Victoria staff along with fourteen members of the Mansfield Alpine Four Wheel Drive Club spent the past weekend clearing tracks in the Alpine National Park. A wild winter had taken its toll on tracks throughout the park with many…
15 Nov 2013 7:00pm - 2 Mar 2014 9:00pm
Fun, low key club mountain bike racing held on Friday nights over the Summer
7 Dec 2013 9:00am-12:00pm
Mountain bike race starting at Kurrajong Picnic Ground. Suitable for novice & junior MTB racers.
11 Dec 2013 6:00pm-8:00pm
Festive season has arrived! Why not kick off summer with family, friends and colleagues by signing up to Emma & Tom's annual Christmas Run? Put the stress of Christmas shopping aside to enjoy a fun afternoon by Albert Part Lake. Don't forget to bring your picnic blanket along with some…
11 Dec 2013 8:15pm-9:15pm
The bat count is held once a month at dusk when the whole colony of 10,000 -20,000 bats fly out to feed around Melbourne’s suburbs. New counters are very welcome and much appreciated. Experience is not necessary as training is provided on the night. Wear comfortable shoes for walking, dress…
Back from the Alpine National Park Bioscan - find out more about what it was lik...Back from the Alpine National Park Bioscan - find out more about what it was like in the field from ABC Rural | Bush Telegraph.Wildlife survey uncovers unique alpine creatureswww.abc.net.auCrayfish underneath alpine bogs, small mammals breeding themselves to death and native bees building a chimney can all be found in Australia's unique alpine environment.View post | Wed, 04 Dec 2013 15.29
If you’re looking for something a little different to do this Saturday 7 Decembe...If you’re looking for something a little different to do this Saturday 7 December then why not pack a picnic dinner, grab some chairs and bring the family to Days Mill Historic Farm, located at Days Road in Murchison, for a free movie night. Part of Activities in the Park, a series of free events that Parks Victoria runs in partnership with Greater Shepparton City Council from November till March 2014, the entertainment starts at 7.30pm with the Christmas themed movie ELF starring Will Farrell. For more information: http://bit.ly/1jiyOpJ Hope to see you there - Ranger Drue!View post | Wed, 04 Dec 2013 10.04
One of Victoria’s icon walks, the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing was officially...One of Victoria’s icon walks, the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing was officially launched last weekend. This 37km 3 day/2 nights walk links the resort villages of Falls Creek and Mt Hotham in the Alpine National Park. For further information visit our website: http://bit.ly/IHQaPaView post | Tue, 03 Dec 2013 16.18
We’re proud to be celebrating 21 years of International Day of People with Disab...We’re proud to be celebrating 21 years of International Day of People with Disability. Today Parks Victoria is at the 2013 Disability Sport and Recreation Festival @ Federation Square where an all terrain wheelchair will be on display and available for people to try. Festival information: http://bit.ly/19dKtP8 Further information about all-terrain wheelchairs: http://bit.ly/NYCsnHView post | Tue, 03 Dec 2013 10.43
The "Loo with a view” at Macalister Springs was officially opened on Saturday an...The "Loo with a view” at Macalister Springs was officially opened on Saturday and the angular-shaped windows should prove popular with hikers and photographers alike for the stunning views they offer of the Alpine National Park. Located next to the Vallejo Gantner Memorial Hut, the "loo with a view" replaces the old, deteriorating amenity."Loo with a view" officially open for businessThe "Loo with a view” at Macalister Springs was officially opened on Saturday and the angular-shaped windows should prove popular with hikers and photographers alike for the stunning views they offer of the Alpine National Park. Located next to the Vallejo Gantner Memorial Hut, the "loo with a view" replaces the old, deteriorating amenity.View post | Mon, 02 Dec 2013 16.45