Actions to recover from a fire may start while the emergency is still active and can continue for many months afterwards.
Fires in parks may force the closure of roads, tracks and visitor facilities. They can burn trees and destroy assets such as toilets and picnic tables.
Parks Victoria try to reopen any closed areas as soon as possible. However, reopening may take some time. Infrastructure may need to be replaced or hazards such as falling trees may make the area unsafe.
The Victorian Government provides a range of support services and programs to assist families, businesses and farmers affected by emergencies across Victoria. www.recovery.vic.gov.au
27 Dec 2016 6:00pm - 28 Jan 2017 11:00pm
A unique outdoor cinema held over a number of nights in December and January set amongst the picturesque grounds adjacent to the historic Commanding Officer’s House. Offering stunning views, delicious food and great movies to enjoy in a relaxed and intimate open air setting, it’s a must do on the…
28 Dec 2016 - 25 Jan 2017
Parks Victoria’s Discovery program encourages children and adults to explore Victoria’s parks with a ranger. Programs run every school holidays across the state and include a range of interactive and fun and interactive activities. Highlights of the Summer Discovery Program at the Prom include opportunities to: Uncover the secrets of…
28 Dec 2016 12:00am - 27 Jan 2017 12:00am
Come along and join in the fun in nature by becoming a junior ranger. Enjoy a rockpool ramble or a beachcombing walk with a ranger who will help you discover the wonders of the deep by uncovering what lies on the shore. Bookings essential.
29 Dec 2016 12:00am - 28 Jan 2017 12:00am
Come along and be part of the fun in nature. There will be a ranger guided activities for everyone, including mini-beast tours for our junior rangers, campfire and film nights and much more. See you on the day, bookings not essential.