Phillip Island Nature Parks is committed to working with the Phillip Island community and other stakeholders through consultation and co-operation.
Find out what’s happening across the Nature Parks, including the release of our latest plans, community events and information on the great value Locals Pass.
Our community, environment and education advisory committees provide an important two-way flow of information between the local community, stakeholders and the Nature Parks Board.
Over the next few years the Nature Parks will be undertaking extensive work to identify the best possible ways to manage the unique natural and cultural assets in our care. Key elements include the Environment Management Plan and the Strategic Plan 2012-2017.
Phillip Island Nature Parks works closely with several community groups to ensure the protection and conservation of natural and cultural areas within the Nature Parks.
Legislation specific to Phillip Island Nature Parks has been introduced for protection and conservation purposes, and to provide for the enjoyment and safety of visitors to the Nature Parks.
We welcome questions or feedback from the local community. Please complete the contact form and a representative will reply shortly.
Download the minutes from our Community Advisory Committee and Environment Advisory Committee meetings.
Share some of the images from our Community events and Community Open Day, held each year on the first Sunday in March
The Summerland Peninsula Trails Master Plan proposes an extensive network of tracks and trails around the Summerland Peninsula and is a key component of the 2012 Summerland Peninsula Master Plan.