- Thursday, 28 October 2021 at 11:45 pm
- Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action
The man allegedly damaged the campground with a four-wheel drive vehicle and created a nuisance to nearby campers.
The Conservation Regulator investigated the case after reports from the public.
The man was charged under the Land Conservation (vehicle control) Regulations 2013 and the Forest (Recreation) Regulations 2010 (Vic).
He is due to face the Sale Magistrates’ Court in November.
The maximum penalty for creating a nuisance in a recreational area in a state forest is $1,817, while damaging public land with a vehicle is $500.