Flood affected areas
The State Government acknowledges the vital importance of park areas for public recreation and tourism, and endeavours to assess, repair damage and safely open areas as soon as possible following storms and floods.
Reasons for closure may include:
- Hazardous trees, limbs and fallen timber.
- Damaged tracks, bridges, signs, recreation sites and other facilities.
- Unstable soils or stream crossings.
Once recreation sites and tracks have been accessed, risks removed and necessary facilities repaired or rebuilt, sites are immediately re-opened to the public.
The Change of Conditions section on individual park pages is regularly updated to reflect the most current conditions. Check individual park pages for closure information.
Victoria State Emergency Service (SES) is the control agency for flood and storm and provides emergency assistance to the community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 132 500 from anywhere in Victoria for flood and storm emergency. For life-threatening emergencies call Triple Zero (000).
For current emergency warnings and advice, visit www.ses.vic.gov.au. During large-scale emergencies only, you can also call the VICSES Information Line on 1300 VICSES (1300 842 737).
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech impairment, contact SES through the National Relay Service at www.relayservice.com.au.
24 May 2016
Maroondah Reservoir Park is home to a brand new friends group after a group of young volunteers got inspired during a recent five-month Green Army project. As the Maroondah Reservoir Green Army project came to an end the group decided it was too difficult to say goodbye to each other…