Wilsons Promontory – a safe haven in a changing climate

Thursday 26th May
Session 2
1.20pm- 2.10pm

Room: Alpine Ash-lvl 2
Workshop
Education & Outdoor Learning
Nature & Climate

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Through the Prom Sanctuary project, Wilsons Promontory National Park will become a 50,000 hectare climate change safe haven – where Victoria’s rich wildlife and habitats are freed from the pressures of introduced predators and pests. A predator and grazer-proof exclusion fence and enhanced conservation programs – including invasive species control, large-scale habitat restoration and active threatened species recovery programs – will transform the much-loved national park into Victoria’s largest conservation sanctuary where nature is cared for and native animals and plants thrive.

Hear more about the Prom Sanctuary, Prom Revitalisation and Victorian Great Outdoors initiatives underway within Wilsons Promontory National Park and its Marine Protected Areas and the aligned community and education programs on offer to enhance visitor experiences.

 

happy person in the Outdoors with tree and mountain landscape in the background

Lyden Costin

Parks Victoria

(Team Leader – Interpretation, Information and Education, South Gippsland District)

Based at Wilsons Promontory National Park, Lynden leads the development and delivery of community and curriculum-aligned education programs and static interpretation initiatives within the park. Her prior career includes roles in environmental advocacy, youth and community cultural development including artistic program coordinator Sydney 2000 Paralympic Arts Festival and General Manager, Courthouse Youth Arts.