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Conservation areas in Australia topics:
National parksMarine parksIndigenous Protected Areas

State/territory national parks: NSWNTQldSATas.Vic.WA

Victoria is home to 45 national parks, showcasing the natural wonders of Victoria. Unlike other states, Victoria also has heritage parks, which protect areas of historic significance along with some state parks. The parks are managed by Parks Victoria.

National parks[edit]

Map of Victorian national parks

Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula[edit]

SW Coast[edit]

An aerial view of the tiny Port Campbell National Park

Wimmera and the Macedon Ranges[edit]



High Country[edit]

Murray and Sunraysia[edit]

National heritage parks[edit]

Marine parks[edit]

There are 13 marine parks in Victoria.

Get in[edit]

If you're reading this after reading National parks in Australia § Get in, then fear not, with the exception of a few parks in High Country in the state's northeast, most national parks are easily accessible via major sealed/paved highways, some are even accessible via the state's extensive freeway system.

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