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Legal notice

In recent weeks some business supporters have received unsolicited correspondence suggesting they withdraw support. The material circulated contains misinformation and errors of fact. This has led to some businesses reporting that they feel subject to harassment and intimidation.

This is unacceptable and we are currently seeking legal advice.

We will provide further updates when we hear from our lawyers.

In the meantime, we thank you all for your patience and understanding.

New supporters

Send us your business logo and a short message about your business and we will put you on this page of business supporters  for the Great Forest National Park.

Your support will mean that you become part of a business promotion for the region.

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In-kind Business Contributors

The Great Forest National Park is an initiative run by skilled community members who contribute their talents to generate parts of the park program.




Help support our work in expressing the conservation needs and compelling opportunities that we could address through the establishment of the Great Forest National Park for Victoria.

How to Donate


The Great Forest National Park is a large complex proposal, covering environmental impacts and the conservation of wildlife, economic benefits to the area and more. Visit our FAQ for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions
The traditional custodians of this country include the Bunurong (Boon Wurrung), Gunaikurnai, Taungurung (Daung warring) and Wurundjeri indigenous Australians. We acknowledge this land belongs to the sovereign people of the First Nations. This land was stolen from them and their sovereignty was never ceded. This park conservation plan is subject to ongoing discussions and approvals with relevant clans and corporations and fully supports and recognises all their cultural rights, control and access.


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Businesses can become brand partners for the project by supporting the Great Forest National Park initiative and pushing the proposed park to their audience.
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