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Regrowth after bushfire 

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 

 

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Upgrade of National Rhododendron Garden function centre and café

07 Aug 2015

Works to upgrade the National Rhododendron Gardens Vireya Café and Mist Convention Centre facilities, which were built by the Australian Rhododendron Society volunteers in the 1970s, will commence next week with the works to result in a better quality park service and experience for park visitors. The refurbishment works will…

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