Strengthening Parks Victoria Program

Strengthening Parks Victoria Program

Date(s) - 20/09/2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


East Gippsland Community and Education Hub

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In December this year Parks Victoria will reach its 20th anniversary. As part of the celebration we are undertaking the Strengthening Parks Victoria project to reflect on what parks mean to Victorians and visitors, and to talk about how we should evolve to be a world class parks management agency.

Parks Victoria is talking to communities and stakeholders in both metropolitan and regional Victoria about their experiences of parks and their vision for parks. We are undertaking online public consultation across Victoria throughout August to October 2016, and running community events around Victoria in September. Community and stakeholder feedback will help provide recommendations to the Victorian Government on how Parks Victoria can make a difference to communities, economies and the environment.

You can find out more, and share your thoughts and feedback on the website:

If you would prefer to contribute in person, a community event is being undertaken in your region as follows:



Tuesday 20 September 6.00-8.00pm

This event is for representatives of local special interest groups/organisations and local council officers interacting with park users

*Please note this is a registered event. Please visit the website to register your interest:

As well as providing your own feedback, we would be grateful if you would promote the project to your local networks. Please feel free to send on this email to your contacts.

You may also wish to post the following Facebook message, if appropriate:

This might interest you – Parks Vic is talking to communities around Victoria and online about how people enjoy parks and what could be done to help all different types of people to enjoy parks more. Post pictures, share and vote on ideas, or tell a story about your ‘perfect parks day’

If you have an enquiry please get in touch via

I hope to see you at the stakeholder forum in Bairnsdale, but given the short notice of this email, you may wish to contribute your views through the online link. You are welcome to extend this invitation to other colleagues.

Will McCutcheon

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