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Parks Victoria
01/16/2017 at 23:05. Facebook
The Bogong High Plains of the Alpine National Park are looking brilliant at the moment. Summer rainfalls are keeping everything lush and the wildflowers are just starting to pick up momentum. It’s a great time for a visit and to escape the heat.

Thanks to our wonderful photographer, Ranger Iris, for these beautiful photos.

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Parks Victoria
01/16/2017 at 05:36. Facebook
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01/13/2017 at 05:37. Facebook
Be sure to follow Forest Fire Management Victoria this summer to get behind the scenes with the state's project firefighters.
Parks Victoria
01/12/2017 at 23:08. Facebook
The Junior Ranger program is always fun but even more so when you get to spray water around on a hot day!
Our joint activity "All Fired Up!" with Forest Fire Management Victoria was a big hit with Junior Rangers and parents at Lake Eildon National Park recently.
Junior Rangers learnt about how we fight fire, campfire safety and our flora and fauna adaptations to fire.
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01/12/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
It’s amazing what you can see on a short walk to the stunning lookout at Mt Arapiles-Tooan State Park. With just a bit of patience you too can come across creatures like this fella right at your feet.
The young and the young at heart will love it! [ Vic.gov.au Link ]

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I couldn't help but notice you noticing me noticing you!

Thanks to Michelle J Photography for sharing her photo - Lace Monitor at Cape Conran Coastal Park.

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Looking for somewhere to escape the heat and the big smoke but don’t have days to spare? Cathedral Range State Park is only 2 hours from the Melbourne CBD yet you’ll feel like you’re a world away. With rugged rocky outcrops and the cool shady waters of Little River bubbling through it, there’s something for everyone. [ Vic.gov.au Link ]
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Parks Victoria - Cathedral Range State Park

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If you’re visiting Beechworth this holidays, don’t limit yourself just to the beautiful historic township. There’s so much to see in parks just on the outskirts of town alone. Go for a short trip along Scenic Gorge Drive and take in the views, the waterfalls and perhaps a short walk.

If you’re looking for sweeping panoramas pop out to the summit of nearby Mt Pilot in the Chiltern-Mt Pilot...
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Parks Victoria - Chiltern-Mt Pilot National Park

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If you’re camping this weekend be sure you know the latest fire restrictions and consider if you really do need that campfire.

And remember, never leave a campfire unattended. Ever!

No time for complacency with hot weather ahead | Emergency Victoria

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Never tried camping before? It doesn’t need to be a military style operation and you don’t need to spend a fortune on pricey camping gear. If you’ve never given it a go, try borrowing a tent and a few things from friends to see if you like it. It’s not for everyone, but there’s some experiences you can only have when you’re camping and if there’s kids involved they’ll love it!
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Parks Victoria - Places to stay

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Are the kids driving you mad this school holidays? Spending too much time on their screens? Then it’s time to get outdoors. It’s doesn’t need to be a big effort - even just a simple walk to your local park, or a day trip to somewhere different. Pull up a piece of shade and watch kids of all ages find their own entertainment. Sometimes it’s the little things…
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An important safety reminder from Royal Life Saving Society - Australia
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Need a break now the Christmas rush is over? We have the perfect remedy to kick the year off to a good start. Opt outside and discover the magic of nature in some of the world’s best parks here on our doorstep. #OptOutside #natureforall #wandervictoria
Go on a free Minibeast Discovery or a Rockpool Ramble with Parks Victoria rangers over the school holidays and have fun while discovering the amazing array of plants and animals in our parks.

Activities are offered in more than 60 parks across Victoria. To find a park near you, visit [ Bitly.com Link ]

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Try out Lysterfield Park’s new and improved bike trails. Parks Victoria, in partnership with with Lysterfield District Trail Riders (LTDR) has completed upgrades to the Lysterfield Park mountain bike trails.

The trails vary in difficulty providing riding opportunities for all skill levels. There is even a skill park where you can test your riding abilities before heading into the bike...
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Join the Yarra Bend rangers to learn the secrets of the bush on Friday 6 January.

Book online to become a Junior Ranger Wildlife Detective and discover who has been hiding in the by the river.

This activity is suitable for children aged 6-12, who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. #JuniorRangersVIC #OptOutside #natureforall
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning together with Parks Victoria staff are devastated by the theft of a memorial table setting in Tyers Park over the Christmas weekend. This setting was dedicated to a Victorian firefighter who lost his life while fighting fires in Tasmania in 2013.

If anyone has any information regarding the theft or the whereabouts of the setting or plaque...
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Calling Young Explorers! Join your local ranger for a fun, free Junior Ranger activity these holidays. With so many new parks to explore these summer holidays, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

To find out more and book your spot, visit [ Juniorrangers.com.au Link ]

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Wild weather is predicted across Victoria over the next few days. Be prepared and stay informed at

Some simple tips visitors can follow to stay safe include staying out of closed areas of parks, and not camping, sheltering or picnicking under trees.

Take care around rivers, creeks and lakes. Water levels may increase quickly and without warning following a storm. Never walk, swim, ride or...
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