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There are beautiful landscapes to enjoy and a whole host of recreational activities to pursue in Victoria’s parks and reserves. The great outdoors beckons.

You can plan and do park activities on your own, or join one of hundreds of tours and activities offered by Licensed Tour Operators.

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Popular activities

There are beautiful landscapes to enjoy and a whole host of recreational activities to pursue in Victoria’s parks and reserves. The great outdoors beckons. You

Natural wonders

Be inspired by the variety of natural landscapes you can visit in Victoria. There are caves, hidden lakes, gorges, waterfalls and more for you to

Picnic

Great experiences

10 great family outings Whether it’s an hour playing at an inner-city park, or two weeks camping along the river, getting the family out into

Special places

A point in time With its fascinating history, Quarantine Station, rifle range, wildlife and rugged coastline Point Nepean truly is an exciting day out. Historic

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Book your stay

Book before you go After 1 July 2015, no bookings will be taken for campgrounds where fees do not apply and camping will be

Accessibility and inclusion in parks

Search for accessible parks Accommodation Wilsons Promontory National Park and Cape Conran Coastal Park are now equipped with modified cabins and all-terrain wheelchairs to

Walk Victorias Icons

Victoria is developing into a premier bushwalking and hiking destination within Australia. Parks Victoria has developed Walk Victoria’s Icons, long distance walking experiences that showcase

Getting there

Public transport in Victoria will enable you to reach many parks and reserves. Some parks are in remote locations or are best enjoyed when you

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Toorourrong Reservoir Park spring re-opening

14 Jul 2015

Whittlesea’s fabulous new $5.1 million Toorourrong Reservoir Park is looking good after six months of construction effort by Parks Victoria, Melbourne Water and the City of Whittlesea. District Manager, John Williamson said the top picnic spot for Melbourne’s northern suburbs was looking great but a little muddy after all the…

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