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Nature Parks Board update – March 2022

Posted on 07/04/2022 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

The Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Board met on 23 and 24 March on Phillip Island. This month the board were able to resume their induction and familiarisation activities for the new Board Members which included meeting some of the staff across the sites.

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Island community urged to ‘turn off for take off’ to protect Shearwater chicks

Posted on 07/04/2022 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Phillip Island Nature Parks is calling on locals to “turn off for take off” as one million Short-tailed Shearwater birds prepare to embark on their 16,000km ‘maiden voyage’ to Alaska.

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Know Your Nature Parks - Autumn in the Nature Parks

Posted on 04/04/2022 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

It’s another busy period on Millowl (Phillip Island) the breeding season is over and it’s time for many of our species to prepare for migration. Our Conservation team have been busy across all areas of the parks, read on to find out about what is going on behind the scenes at Phillip Island Nature Parks.

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Iconic Phillip Island attractions now sensory inclusive

Posted on 28/03/2022 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Phillip Island Nature Parks’ world-famous tourism attractions have become the first in Australia to be officially certified as sensory inclusive. The Nature Parks has partnered with global organisation KultureCity to provide a sensory inclusive environment for people with sensory processing challenges, often experienced by individuals with autism, PTSD, dementia, stroke, and other similar conditions.

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Works to strengthen staircase to Forrest Caves beach

Posted on 24/03/2022 by Phillip Island Nature Parks

Phillip Island Nature Parks is carrying out upgrades to strengthen the staircase to Forrest Caves beach in coming months, in response to ongoing coastal erosion.

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