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
16 Nov 2015
Parks Victoria has completed a large scale road upgrade program in the Grampians National Park in partnership with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP). Works near Dunkeld and the southern end of the Grampians included installing three kilometres of gravel (2,500 tonnes) on Cassidy Gap Road, enabling…
1 Jul 2015 12:00am - 30 Jun 2016 12:00am
A wide variety of events are held at Albert Park throughout the year. Events range from fun runs and sporting tournaments to other community events. See the full calendar here.
2 Dec 2015 3:00pm - 4 Dec 2015 12:00pm
The Deadly in Gippsland Conference is a celebration, a celebration of Aboriginal people and culture, of what can be achieved in partnership and a celebration of the deadly work being done by Aboriginal people every day.
5 Dec 2015 12:00pm-3:00pm
Join the Friends of Westgate Park to celebrate Westgate Park's 30 Birthday. The day will include tours of the Park.