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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...

camping

Book your stay

Book before you go Where fees apply, camping and accommodation must be booked in advance. A camping permit is issued as booking confirmation. No...

Accessibility and inclusion in parks

Search for accessible parks Autism Friendly VisitsParks Victoria is working to increase the accessibility of its parks for people on the autism spectrum. Our...

Walk Victoria's 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...

Visitor Guides

Visitor guides (or park notes) are designed to be printed and taken to the park when you visit. They contain summary information such as suggested...

Wander Victoria

Get off the beaten track and experience Victoria's beautiful landscapes ranging from sandy beaches and sheer cliffs to mountains and rainforests. Visit wandervictoria.com for more...

Baby Swan Season at Albert Park. Click to view the news RSS feed.

It’s Baby Swan Season at Albert Park

29 Sep 2016

Parks Victoria is reminding park visitors to take extra precautions in Albert Park Reserve during Spring to help protect the newest park inhabitants as newly hatched cygnets emerge in the park. “Swans and their cygnets are particularly vulnerable at this time of year so we’re asking park visitors to help…

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