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Explore our parks


Victoria's national parks are open to everyone, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so it's not surprising they attract 35 million visitors annually.

Many parks have facilities and special tracks for people who are less mobile or need a wheelchair, and in some parks there are even all-terrain wheelchairs available.

And while our parks are open for all Victorians to enjoy they also exist as the only way to give long-term protection to our native plants and animals by protecting the places in which they live.


Explore our parks

>> Your questions answered
>> Parks pocket guides

Bushwalking, camping, fishing, horse riding and mountain bike riding are just some of the things you can do in our national parks.

Your questions answered about Victoria's
national parks

People generally have lots of questions about what they can and can't do in Victoria's national parks. Can you take your trail bike? Go horse riding or fishing?

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Parks pocket guides

For more than 50 years we've been encouraging Victorians to get out, explore and have fun in our national parks and other protected areas, and to make that job easier we've started producing handy little pocket guides.

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More resources

> Parks Victoria
> Explore Underwater Victoria website