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Protected areas of Victoria (Australia)

Victoria is the smallest mainland state in Australia. It contains a staggering 1966 separate Protected Areas with a total land area of 3,378,021 hectares (14.84% of the state’s area). 36 of these are National parks, totalling 2,577,435 hectares (11.32% of the state’s area).

The Parks are managed by Parks Victoria, a state government organisation. There are also many smaller state areas which are subject to commercial activity such as logging.

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Protected areas of Victoria

Indigenous Protected Areas

National Parks

Other Parks

Reference Areas

(within other Protected areas)

Reference Areas

(outside other Protected areas)

State Parks

Wilderness Parks

Wilderness Zones

(within other Protected areas)

Victoria also has:

  • 1522 Natural Feature Reserves
  • 328 Nature Conservation Reserves

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