Victoria, Australia

Meet volunteers and staff from Parks Victoria and the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action in Victoria, Australia, as they share their love of nature and the impactful and inspiring work they are doing in and for the environment.

Follow Ranger Trent Nelson, a proud Dja Dja Wurrung and Yorta Yorta man, as he describes the importance of connecting to and caring for Country.

Follow Ranger Ebonee Cook, a proud Wadawurrung woman, as she describes the importance of connecting to and caring for Country.

Meet Kayla Baksh and Stephen Korp, the 2022 Victoria Nature Festival Cultural Ambassadors, as they share their stories of connecting with Country, where they grew up and now live, and what healing Country means to them.   

The New Joneses introduces Zena Cumpston who shares her story of Connecting with Country and how we can “Nurture Nature by gifting Native Plants”.

Meet Parks Victoria employees from across the region as they share their connection to nature in this series of short clips.

Ranger Roo on Mt Oberon jan2010

Hi everyone, I’m Rufus, the Ranger Roo. I’m a Red Kangaroo (Macropus rufus) and live in Murray-Sunset National Park in Victoria, Australia.

This is my story!


In this podcast, Gardening Australia host Costa Georgiadis, Darug researcher and archaeologist Maddison Miller and VicHealth CEO and public health advocate Dr Sandro Demaio, join host and author of Fathoms: The World in the Whale Rebecca Giggs, to share their personal experiences of connecting with nature and the focus they place on action for the climate and environment in their lives and work.

Hope is a little bird on a mission in this Parks Victoria and DELWP picture book which explores how swamps and wetlands are much more than just mud.

When did Arwyn become a fairy possum protector? This Parks Victoria and DELWP picture book explores the connections that exist in the forest.

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