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DELWP provides statutory and strategic guidance about planning in Victoria.
Our role covers conservation, tourism, recreation and primary industries.
19 August 2015
Message from the Minister
06 August 2015
The Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning has released Victoria's official population and household projections, Victoria in Future 2015.
27 August 2015
The Fire Awareness Awards are a great opportunity to share your expertise, be recognised and to receive funding for your project.
14 August 2015
DELWP today released the final report on a program of testing it has conducted on water tanks and soil samples in the vicinity of the Woodvale evaporation ponds north of Bendigo.
27 August 2015
The Spring 2015 Firewood Collection Season opens across Victoria next week (Tuesday 1st of September 2015).
25 August 2015
Access to recreation areas along the Wimmera River in the Wail State Forest and McKenzie Creek near Haven is much easier now thanks to recent road improvements.
The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning advises and supports the Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water, the Minister for Local Government and the Minister for Planning.
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Our programs and services are delivered throughout six regions: Hume, Gippsland, Port Phillip, Grampians, Loddon Mallee and Barwon South West.
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Victorian Bushfire Information Line: 1800 240 667
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