Four Wheel Drive Victoria are reminding all that parks across Victoria have been significantly impacted following the storms and destructive bushfires which swept the state yesterday, Tuesday 13 February 2024, resulting in a number of park closures across the state.
Four Wheel Drive Victoria have recivied the following update form Parks Victoria regarding the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park.
Moora Moora Track remains partially closed.
Four Wheel Drive Victoria have been notified that Parks Victoria will be conducting aerial shooting programs targeting deer and other pest species (feral pigs, goats and foxes) for the ongoing protection of biodiversity in Eastern Victoria.
Four Wheel Drive Victoria have been informed by VEAC that they have released the Assessment of the Values of State Forests in the Central Highlands interim report. This report will impact land across eastern Victoria.
Four Wheel Drive Victoria have been notified of the following updates to Deer programs throughout Victoria by Parks Victoria.
Parks Victoria is working in partnership with the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA) to recommence the aerial shooting program targeting pest species for ongoing protection of biodiversity in Eastern Victoria.
Four Wheel Drive Victoria have been informed that Forest Fire Management Victoria (FFMVic) and contractors have commenced works on the Nariel Valley - Carmodys Track & Remote Radio Road strategic fuel break.
The break is 8.3km in length and will start from Benambra Corryong Road and end at Gibb Range Road.
Kerang Holiday Park have offered FWDV members some great deals to kickstart 2024.
Packages are at a fantastic value of only $40p/n (excluding peak periods).
Click on the following link for more details and get in contact with Kerang Holiday Park to book you and your club in for your next trip!
Parks Victoria have reminded everyone of how important it is to be prepared before heading outdoors. We’re all feeling the impacts of extreme weather, and have seen how quickly the conditions can change.
Weather and park conditions can change at a moment’s notice, so it's crucial to stay informed about the potential risks before heading to a park.
By planning ahead and being mindful you can make sure your summer stays safe and enjoyable.
Before leaving home, always remember to Pack Your Summer Smarts.