Waterfalls are one of natures most spectacular phenomena that simultaneously depict the power and tranquillity of the natural world. The aesthetic beauty and association with our inner states are likely factors that draw us to these magical places. There are a number of breath-taking waterfalls across the Central Highlands that have carved their way through geology in excess of 300 millions years old. Visiting waterfalls is a great way to replenish your mind and body, nourish your senses and boost your vitality.
We propose adding 355,000 hectares of protected forests to the Central Highlands of Victoria to form the Great Forest National Park
Currently there is only 170,000 hectares of parks and protected areas in the Central Highlands of Victoria
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