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Changed conditions and closures

Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. Check for any changes affecting the park you intend to visit by going directly to the park page. You can also contact the Parks Victoria Information Centre on 13 1963. 

For current fires go to www.emergency.vic.gov.au


Code red park closures

Many of Victoria's parks and forests are bushfire prone areas. While they are great places to enjoy, during some weather conditions they are not safe...

Fire affected parks

This page may be updated many times a day when there are fires. Hit F5 to ensure you are seeing the latest details. Page last...

Flood affected parks

Flooding can occur anywhere at any time, particularly during and after severe weather and heavy rainfall. Conditions may change at short notice, resulting in the...

Other road conditions

Road Conditions in Victoria The VicRoads website provides road condition reports and information about driving in snow conditions, including changed speed limits on roads around...

Seasonal road closures

Many roads and tracks are seasonally closed to vehicle traffic each year. These tracks are closed to vehicles for visitor safety, to maintain water quality...

Severe Fire Danger Closures

The CFA website lists forecast Fire Danger Ratings and Total Fire Ban declarations for Victoria as well as providing detailed information about what you can...

State Forests are not managed by Parks Victoria. For information about road conditions in state forests visit the Public Access Map
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Please do not collect firewood from Wimmera Heritage River

19 May 2017

Parks Victoria is reminding the community that firewood collection and removal from the Wimmera Heritage River is not permitted.A fine and infringement notice has recently been issued after an individual was caught on remote camera illegally harvesting firewood from the area.Parks Victoria is seeking to raise awareness of the river’s…

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