Education and Interpretation for Victoria's
Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries
Marine National Park Online Resources
Detailed descriptions of each of Victoria's Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries and other useful resources including Parknotes and detailed maps, system overviews, FAQ's, Fishing Changes, Notes on Snorkelling and Diving, and much more.
Details are available through the drop-down list on the front page - look for any Marine National Park or Marine Sanctuary.
Alternatively this information can be accessed through the Bays, Coasts, and Rivers link on the left side of the front page.
New Education material will soon be posted on the Education section of the website accessible through Education button at the top of the page.
Department of Sustainability and Environment
Coasts and Marine Pages; http://www.nre.vic.gov.au/coasts
The recently renamed Department of Natural Resources and Environment website hosts a rage of excellent resources on Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries. This includes Fact sheets on each of the parks, image and video collections for downloading, a great screen saver of Victorian marine life, links to reports on Victoria's marine environments and legislation and more. Follow the links to the Marine National Parks section.
Information is also available on Victoria's new Marine State Emblem, the Weedy Seadragon.
Victorian Environmental Assessment Council (formerly ECC)
Marine, Coastal and Estuarine Investigation: Final Report:
This is the final report to the Victorian Government that resulted in the establishment of Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries. This is based on a ten-year period of investigations, reports, and input through several formal submission periods. It is a useful document for senior students, teachers, and educators interested in more detail on the process of determining Marine National Park legislation.
Parliament of Victoria
The National Parks (Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries) Act 2002
Radio Marinara, 3RRR FM
Interviews with Earle, Suzuki and Bellamy: Interviews with some of the worlds leading proponents of marine conservation speak out on Victoria's marine environments.
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