All posts tagged "Camping"

  • Where to go fishing and camping this summer

    After a difficult year, we know many Victorians will take the chance to spend their summer break with friends and family in the great outdoors. There is no better feeling than immersing yourself in nature, rod in hand and...

  • Campaign Success to Allow Camping on Crown Land

    New laws will permit camping on licensed Crown Land water frontages that have grazing licenses for the first time after Legislation passed through the Legislative Council. VRFish is elated its ‘Public Access to Public Land’ campaign and advocacy has...

  • Farm Biosecurity and Public Access to Public Land

    The Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) has issued a scare campaign aimed at reducing recreational fisher access to public land. A central component of the VFF’s scare campaign is to suggest recreational fishers are a biosecurity threat to Victorian farms....

  • Peachtree Creek Campground Upgrade, Tamboon Inlet

    Feedback closes Sunday 22 November.

  • Camping on Crown Land Clarity

    An election commitment to remove the express prohibition on camping in section 401A of the Land Act 1958, for water frontage public land under licence, has seen a misinformation campaign launched by the Victorian Farmers Federation to spook land...

  • Fishers enjoying camping

    Clear Path For Riverbank Fishing and Camping

    VRFish is backing the Victorian Government’s commitment to guarantee access to fishing and camping on Crown land that have grazing licences and river frontage. Victorian recreational fishers are excited at the prospect of fishing and camping along more of our rivers...

  • Getting More Fishers in the Great Outdoors

    VRFish is representing recreational fishers on a new Stakeholder Reference Group to provide advice on how best to achieve the Victorian Government’s objective to get more Victorians enjoying the great outdoors. As Victoria’s newest State Sport and Recreation Body,...

  • Have Your Say: Camping and Access at Lake Tyers

    Public consultation closes 20 September 2020.

  • Booked out, locked out of River Red Gum Parks

    VRFish is warning fishers and campers of Parks Victoria’s secret agenda to roll out bookable campsites across Murray River Red Gum Parks despite the peak body’s strong opposition. Parks Victoria released the final Murray River Red Gum Parks Management...

  • Is Camping and Boating Rights Under Threat in New Park Plan?

    VRFish, the Recreational Fishing Peak Body representing over 838,000 Victorian fishers, is concerned fishers, campers and regional communities’ rights could be under threat from a River Red Gum Parks Draft Management Plan. Chair of VRFish, Mr. Robert Loats said,...

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