Submission to DEPI
Outdoors Victoria has made a submission to the National Parks Camping and Accommodation Fees Regulatory Impact Statement. More info »
Draft AAS Paddling in Inland Waterways
Deadline for feedback extended to: 14 February 2014 More info »
New Business Toolkit re bushfire preparedness
Tourism Victoria, in partnership with the CFA has released a new toolkit to assist tourism businesses prepare for bushfires. More info »
Have your say - Parks Vic camping fees review
The new Victorian national parks camping and accommodation fees Regulatory Impact Statement is out for comment. Deadline: 22 Nov 2013 More info »
NOLRS Oct 2013 Newsletter
Welcome to the October 2013 edition of the NOLRS Newsletter. In this issue you will find updates on registration and reregistration, new pathways to becoming on outdoor leader, and information about contributing an article. More info »
The outdoors sector broadly encompasses four areas:
The Safety Guidelines for Education Outdoors support the planning and approval of: overnight excursions; camps; interstate and overseas visits; excursions requiring sea or air travel; excursions involving weekends or vacations; and adventure activities. The Safety Guidelines are available here.
The Guidance Note 'Management of Outdoor Activities for Severe Weather Conditions' is available here.
It provides guidelines for planning issues such as 'severe weather sites' and 'trigger points' as well a specific action for bushfire, thunderstorms, severe wind, lightning strikes and more.
The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) website provides up-to-date information relating to weather that may play a critical role in your safety and success in the outdoors. Essential services provided by the BOM include weather warnings for Victoria, a range of local, district and state level forecasts, flood warnings and charts as well as a wide range of educational resources to help with planning. To find out more click Victorian Weather and Warnings
Parks Victoria website provides current details on conditions for participating in outdoor recreational activities within the state's parks at http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/park-management/fire,-flood-and-other-closures
Information on Victorian outdoor activities. click http://www.visitvictoria.com/Activities-and-attractions/Outdoor-activities.aspx
Outdoors Victoria is proudly supported by Sport and Recreation Victoria (SRV).
SRV maximises the economic and social benefits provided to all Victorians by the sport and recreation sector through:
Page last updated: 01 Oct 2013