Find out more about what to see and do in Victoria’s forests, and national, wilderness, state and regional parks.
General information about spatial information relating to our natural resources and land use.
Victoria offers a diverse array of coastal, marine and bay environments – ranging from bustling city beaches, to the Great Ocean Road, to the southernmost point of mainland Australia, Wilson’s Promontory.
Find out when access to parks or forests is not allowed for planned burning, bushfire or other reasons.
The Anglesea Futures project is focused on future land use, water, planning, and a long term vision for the Anglesea site occupied by Alcoa for 50 years.
The Environmental Management Plan is part of Victoria’s commitment to ensure that Port Phillip Bay’s water quality, habitats and active marine life are healthy and resilient. Find out how you can get involved in the preparation of the Environmental Management Plan - we are seeking community and stakeholder input.
A bipartisan working group on the future management of Caulfield Racecourse Reserve has provided its report to the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change for consideration.
An independent assessment of the tender for the Anglesea caravan park lease has found that the process met relevant guidelines and requirements.