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It might be cold, but plenty of people will be out and about on Victoria’s public land estate over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend.
Stay close to home and enjoy these hidden gems in Melbourne this Queen’s Birthday long weekend.
The children of a DELWP scientist had school holiday fun tracking down a satellite tag that tracks an elusive eel.
You don’t need snow to enjoy this zig-zag run through the clean air and sunshine of Victoria’s high country.
This central Victorian road trip packs in an immense range of activities over a very small distance.
Take some time to see our golden past on your way to the Grampians and our stunning semi-arid north-west.
Get away to Victoria’s great outdoors and stay COVIDSafe with these unspoiled camping trip destinations.
This awesome autumn road trip from Corryong to Mildura is a fine way to see the mighty Murray.
Explore south-western Victoria’s ancient volcanic and Aboriginal past in this epic road trip adventure.
South Gippsland’s green hills, the Ninety Mile Beach, Gippsland Lakes and far east forests make this trip a stunner.
Lyndsey Vivian is one of a large cohort of women in science at DELWP. To celebrate the UN’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science, she discusses her path to a career in science
Try camping at one of Victoria’s magnificent national parks. Campsite prices have been halved to get more Victorians into nature. Browse for ideas, book online and stay COVIDSafe.
Visiting Victoria’s beautiful rivers and waterways? Check for hidden dangers like strong underwater currents, colder water temperature and submerged branches and debris.
A long weekend is a great reason to get into the great outdoors for fun, family, friends and a picnic or barbecue. These tips will make your outdoor eating experience sustainable and COVIDSafe.
Summer is a great time to explore Victoria’s glorious alpine region, and at Mount Buller, there are walking, running and mountain biking options to suit just about everyone.
The free Junior Rangers kids summer program returns to national parks from 21 December! Book early so you don’t miss the fun. Limited places! And remember to stay COVIDSafe.
Did you know lyrebirds have an amazing ability to mimic natural and artificial sounds they hear in their surrounding environment?
Join us for a relaxing tour in the bushland setting of Healesville Sanctuary. Get to know the native species that call it home including some of Australia’s majestic birds of prey.
Explore the extraordinary World Heritage-listed Budj Bim tours to discover how Traditional Owners used lava to trap eels in this ancient aquaculture system.
Discover which critters visit your backyard, and how to make your home a haven for wildlife.
Explore Barmah-Millewa Forest with a team of scientists and see how they're working to help threatened turtles on the Murray River.
Learn about one of Australia's most iconic marsupials, the koala. Keeper Craig talks about their favourite food, how they communicate, their breeding cycle and loads more.
Plants are essential for our planet! Discover how trees take carbon dioxide from the air and transform it as they grow.
Never been to the Cranbourne Gardens? Experience some of the beautifully bizarre native flora at this southeastern haven.
Take a virtual wander through the picturesque, world-renowned wetlands at Observation Point and Rhyll Inlet, and learn about the migratory shorebirds that visit.
Take a relaxing stroll among the magnificent native plants at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria's Cranbourne Gardens.
Walk into the night and go spotlighting for some of Victoria's rarely seen tree-dwelling marsupials.
The local community of north-eastern Victoria has been building nesting habitat for some of Victoria's most threatened bird species, the Turquoise Parrot.
Explore Royal Botanical Gardens Victoria with an Aboriginal guide, Kalkani Choolburra, and discover indigenous plant uses.
Uncover the Indigenous plants growing at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria's Long Island with Aboriginal guide, Jakobi.
Walking Together - Balak Kalik Manya is a project being led by Djandak (Dja Dja Wurrung Enterprises) in Central Victoria.
Join the Nature Glenelg Trust (NGT) for a virtual walk around some of the 400 ha of the Walker Swamp Restoration Reserve at the foothills of the Grampians National Park.
Come roam the amazing native grasslands fo the Victorian Volcanic Plains, some of Victoria's most important grasslands.
Go behind the scenes of Phillip Island Nature Parks with their podcast series. Each episode will give you insights into their amazing conservation work.
Get a fascinating, behind-the-scenes peek inside the National Herbarium of Victoria, home to over 1.5 million plant specimens!
Relax, focus your mind on the present and join Ranger Tony for a 15 - minute virtual mindfulness walk at Kinglake National Park.
Science isn't all lab coats and test tubes. Experience fieldwork as our scientists do and be transported to stunning landscapes across Victoria.
David shares the story of his MS diagnosis and how the TrailRider chair made it possible for him to explore nature.
Celebrate the stunning sights of the vibrant Red Sand garden a the magnificent Cranbourne Gardens.
This presentation takes viewers on a tour of the sanctuary to meet some of the animals that call Serindip home.
Take a walk among thousands of birds as Arthur Rylah Institute scientists survey the breeding bird colonies of Victoria's Mud Islands.
Reviewed 11 June 2021