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Parks Victoria
12/07/2016 at 04:33. Facebook
Significant numbers of potentially harmful Bluebottles have been spotted around Melbourne’s coast.

Bluebottles have a small deep-blue air-filled float and long, thin retractable tentacles up to three metres long. The tentacles are covered in powerful stinging cells. To avoid being stung, look for their presence on the beach, do not touch them with bare skin and if present do not enter the...
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Parks Victoria
12/07/2016 at 02:53. Facebook
A message from our friends at the MFB and CFA:

Remember, fires don’t just happen in the country. Know what to do if a grassfire starts.
Parks Victoria
yesterday at 03:56. Facebook
You're invited to a community open day this Sunday at Portarlington’s Safe Harbour. Take a guided tour, enjoy a free sausage sizzle and have a chat with Parks Victoria’s team and our building contractors.

12.30pm – 2.30pm Sunday 11 December Portarlington Pier
Guided tours at 1pm and 1.45pm. No need to RSVP.

Join the Parks Victoria team and our contractors for a walk on the new commercial...
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Parks Victoria
12/03/2016 at 00:02. Facebook
December 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities and in Victoria we’re celebrating that there are more opportunities than ever for people of all abilities to experience and enjoy parks.

Find out more by watching Parks Made Accessible for All [ Youtube.com Link ]

Parks Victoria has a range of initiatives in place to ensure Victoria's parks are inclusive and welcoming of all...
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Parks Victoria
12/02/2016 at 03:37. Facebook
At the age of 20, Nazim Erdem dived off an Elwood pier into shallow water in an effort to impress some girls who were nearby. The dive resulted in a permanent spinal cord injury and left Nazim quadriplegic for life.

Diving from piers and jetties might seem like a good idea on a hot day, but this Water Safety Week we're highlighting the dangerous reality. Most people don’t realise that...
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Parks Victoria
12/01/2016 at 06:04. Facebook
Community drop-in sessions about the proposed revisions to existing and planned boating and swimming zones in Port Phillip and Western Port will be held this weekend for anyone who would like to attend.

Join us
Saturday 3 December - 11am – 2pm at Carrum Life Saving Club
Sunday 4 December – 11am – 2pm at Brighton Life Saving Club.

The focus of the review is to provide a safer environment...
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Parks Victoria
12/01/2016 at 04:11. Facebook
Set the alarm for early because the 1000 Steps (Kokoda Track Memorial Walk) in the Dandenong Ranges National Park will reopen from 6am on Friday 2 December.

As you can see in the photo, the local wildlife has been taking advantage of the lull in foot traffic to inspect the works.

A big thank you for your patience during these important maintenance works. The steps have had sections of...
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Parks Victoria
11/30/2016 at 23:00. Facebook
Summer officially starts today. Which parks of Victoria are you planning to explore over the next three months? [ Bit.ly Link ]

Thanks to Ranger Masha for this photo taken at Point Addis.

#wandervictoria #natureforall
Parks Victoria
11/30/2016 at 04:00. Facebook
The final day of spring is also our final Wildflower Wednesday for this year.

Ranger Angela photographed this sea of crimson at Hattah-Kulkyne National Park in the Mallee.

Ranger Dave said that during the spring it’s spectacular to see all of the Rounded Noon-flowers (Disphyma crassifolium subsp. clavellatum) in bloom.

An Australian Native succulent, the Rounded Noon-flower is very hardy –...
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Parks Victoria
11/30/2016 at 00:30. Facebook
There's still time to help shape the future of one of Melbourne's most loved parks by taking the Albert Park Master Plan survey at

Parks Victoria is seeking your views on a series of ideas for the park. The survey is open until Monday 5 December and your contribution will be greatly appreciated.

Albert Park Master Plan :: Home

Don't miss the world class sit skiing on the Yarra River this Friday at the Victorian Disability Sport & Recreation Festival
Friday 2 December, 10am to 3pm Crown Riverwalk, Yarra River.
Celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities #IDPD2016
Unexpectedly high numbers of vulnerable and endangered bird species were found during a recent citizen science fauna survey at Annuello Flora and Fauna Reserve ([ Bit.ly Link ] in Victoria’s northwest Mallee region. The survey has revealed species not recorded from the reserve since the early 1990s and even some which had not been seen there previously.

The Field Naturalists Club of...
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Parks Victoria’s science staff had a lucky encounter with some lively Long-nosed Fur Seals at Gabo Island as part of the Croajingolong and Gabo Island Bush Blitz. Curious juvenile fur seals whizzed around doing spirals and backward somersaults, and barking playfully at the divers.

The whole experience was recorded in high definition 360 degree video giving non-divers a virtual taste of the...
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The much loved State Mountain Bike Course at Lysterfield Park is receiving a make-over just in time for summer. Parks Victoria is working with contractors and volunteers to improve and upgrade several trails in the park during November and December.

The park is still open but individual trails will be closed while the works are being undertaken.
Look forward to riding the freshly groomed...
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Cicadas really are the sound of summer approaching. Ranger Bonnie has recently recorded the noisy creatures reaching over 100 dB at the Cathedral Range State Park.
We're inviting comment on proposed revisions to existing and planned boating and swimming zones in Port Phillip and Western Port as part of an ongoing review to improve public safety on the water.

The focus of the review is to provide a safer environment through better separation of boating and swimming activities in high density bathing areas, and to ensure sport and recreational activities...
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On Saturday the Waverley Bushwalking Club attended their first volunteer day at Kinglake National Park. This is part of Bushwalking Victoria's 'Adopt A Track' program. The Waverley Bushwalking Club have adopted Shelley Harris Track (including two short extension tracks) and they worked really hard clearing fallen trees and vegetation encroaching on to the track.

Thanks to all involved!
Ranger Bianca came across these Golden Pennants (Glischrocaryon behrii) at Little Desert National Park earlier in the spring and they can be found throughout western Victoria.

They are named Golden Pennants because of the way their thin, delicate fruits wave in the breeze and, in spring, their yellow flowers bloom. Ranger Bianca says that the flowers actually sometimes take on a surprisingly...
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A week’s work to save thousands of years of Cultural Heritage: Rock Art conservator working with Traditional Owners the Barengi Gadjin and Parks Victoria staff to preserve precious Rock Art near Grampians National Park. The focus of the work was graffiti removal to enhance the cultural integrity of the site.